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WILBRAHAM PUBLIC LIBRAJRY 



1969 

FALCON 



MINNECHAUG REGIONAL HIGH SCHOOL 
WILBRAHAM, MASSACHUSETTS 

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And it is to all who are involved in being a 
part of this school, actively or passively, that 
we, the editors of FALCON, would like to 
dedicate this, the 1969 FALCON. 



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ACADEMICS 





Administration — Encouragement 



LINCOLN A. DEXTER - PRINCIPAL: 
Rhode Island, B.S.; Worcester State 
College, M.Ed.; Spfld. College, C.A.G.S. 
RICHARD TRENHOLM - ASST. 
PRINCIPAL: Bates College, B.A.; Boston 
Univ., M.A. 





Hello, Wilbraham Fire Department? 
. . Yeah, it's me again." 



FRANCIS P. REDDINGTON 
SUPERINTENDENT: Holy Cross 

College, B.A.; North Adams State, M.Ed. 
ELMER HOEFENER - BUSINESS 
MANAGER: Univ. Omaha, B.Gen.Ed. 
DR. MAURICE F. HEFFERNAN - 
ASSOCIATE SUPERINTENDENT: 

A.I.C., B.A., M.A.; Univ. of Conn., Ph.D. 



And Guidance. 





REBECCA HULBERT - GUIDANCE: Keuka College, B.S.; Univ. of 

Mass. M.Ed. 

MARIOS KACOYANNAKIS - GUIDANCE: A.I.C., B.A.; Spfld. College, 

M.Ed. P 8 ' 

GEORGE PROULX - GUIDANCE: St. Anselm's College, B.A.; 

Assumption College, M.A. 

CHARLES THOMPSON - GUIDANCE: Spfld. College, B.S.; Univ. of 

N.H., M.Ed. 



"What do you mean my skirt s too short?!" 



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'Hello, NBC, beautiful downtown Burbank?" 




FOREIGN LANGUAGE 



MARGARET FEY - CHAIRMAN: Lake Erie College, A.B.; Drill Team Coach. 

MARILYN ATS: Oklahoma Univ., B.A. 

KOREN CUMMINGS: Mount Holyoke College, B.A. 

GLORIA LaFLAMME: Univ. of Mass., B.A., M.A.T. 

ROBERT MCCARTHY: Univ. of Mass., B.A., Harvard Univ., M.A. 

JOHN PRZYBYLOWICZ: A.I.C., B.A. 

VALETA ROBINSON: Middlebury College, B.A. 

JOYCE SAGER: Univ. of Mass., B.A.; Asst. Drill Team Coach. 



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New Psychology Course Attracts Many Students. 




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HISTORY 

RICHARD TRENHOLM - CHAIRMAN: 
Rates College, R.A.; Roston Univ., M.A. 
MARY LOU BREWER: North Adams 
State College, R.A.; Tennis Club Advisor, 
Monitor Advisor, Folk Singing Club. 
STEPHEN CASTONGUAY: Westfield 
State College, B.A. 

JAMES ETTER: Univ. of Maine, B.Ed. 
CONSTANCE SHEA: Univ. of N.H., 
B.A.; Student Hostess Advisor, 

Cheerleaders Coach. 
GEORGE SHEA: A.I.C., B.A. 







ENGLISH 

ROSEMARY BAUER: Spfld. College, B.A.; Univ. of Mass., M.A.; 
Quill and Scroll Advisor, Spotlight on Youth Advisor, Public 
Relations Coordinator. 

ROBERTA BOLDUC: Marymount College, B.A. 
CONSTANCE KIMBERLY: A.I.C., B.A.; Dramatics Advisor. 
RAFFELENA LATINO: A.I.C., B.A.; Smoke Signal Advisor. 



English Teachers Work 



BYRON MUSSELMAN: Univ. of Dayton, B.S.; "As Schools 

Match Wits" Advisor. 

BARBARA PRACKNECK; Regis College, B.S.; Spfld. College, 

M.Ed. 

CHRISTINE RIDER: Fredonia State Univ., B.S. 

RICHARD SPENCER: Univ. of Mass., B.A.; Spfld. College, 

M.A.; Freshman Football Coach. 




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With Students Outside Classroom. 



VIVIAN LITTLE - CHAIRMAN: Mount Holyoke College, B.A.; Hartford Seminary Foundation, 

M.A.: Emeralds Advisor. 

RONALD HOFMANN: Univ. Mass., B.A.; Westfield State College, M.Ed.: Student Council Advisor; 

Tennis Coach 

MARY CHRISTINE NOONE: Westfield State College, B.A.; F.T.A. Advisor 

JEAN O'NEIL: A.I.C., B.A., M.A.: Falcon Advisor 

PHYLLIS SULLIVAN: Westfield State College, B.A. 




SCIENCE 





GULSHAN RAI KOHLI: Univ. of Delhi, M.S.C., B.Ed. 
PAUL LaFLAMME: Holy Cross College, B.S.; Univ. of Mass., 
M.A.; Debating Club Advisor, Film Festival Advisor, Model 
Congress Advisor. 



WILLIAM SCHENCK: Spfld. College, B.S. 
BARBARA SIROIS: A.I.C., B.A. 
JOHN STONE: Northwestern Univ., B.S.; A.I.C. 
Conn., C.A.G.S. 



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Mr. Kohli, Indian Exchange 
Teacher, Returns For Second Year. 





KARL STERNBERG - CHAIRMAN: A.I.C., B.A., M.A. 

JERRY BADGER: Bates College, B.S.; Spfld. College, M.Ed.; Asst. Swimming Coach 

CAROL CALEY: Bates College, B.S.; Univ. of Conn., M.S. 

HAROLD MILLER: Spfld. College, B.S., M.Ed., Swimming Coach, Asst. Football Coach. 

KENNETH RAINEY: Spfld. College, B.S., M.Ed., Asst. Football Coach, Asst. Gymnastics Coach. 




"Let me see . . . that's one teaspoon H 2 S0 4 , and two 
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MATHEMATICS 

GEORGE ROBINSON - CHAIRMAN: 

Univ. of Mass., B.S.; SPFLD. College, 

M.Ed.; Mathletes advisor. 

DONALD BAMFORD: Univ. of Mass., 

B.S., M.Ed.; Univ. of Penn., M.S.E.; Cross 

Country Coach; Asst. Track Coach 

VICTOR GRANAUDO: A.I.C., B.A. 

RUSSELL HOLT: A.I.C., B.A.; Asst. 

Freshman Football Coach. 

CAROL LIGARSKI: Westfield State 

College, B.A. 

JOAN MAGISTRI. Univ. of Mass., B.A.; 

Sophomore Class Advisor. 

RUSSELL SALK: Univ. of Mass., B.S. 

HELEN WALINSKI: College of Our 

Lady of the Elms, A.B.; SpfTd. College, 

M.Ed.; Dean of Girls. 

JOHN WORTHLEY: Spfld. College, B.S.; 

Intramural Basketball, Asst. Track Coach. 




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Business Department Trains Vocational Students 








JEAN STUART - CHAIRMAN: A.I.C., B.A.; 

EMERALDS Business Advisor, SMOKE SIGNAL 

Advisor. 

CAROL ARDISON: A.I.C., B.S.; School Store Advisor. 



BARBARA BOYER: Univ. of Mass., B.S. 

JOAN GUZIEC: A. I.C., B.S. 

LOUIS VERANI: A.I.C., B.S.; Westfield State College, 

M.Ed. 






HOME ECONOMICS AND 
INDUSTRIAL ARTS 

JUDITH CROSS - CHAIRMAN: Keene Teacher's 

College, B.S.Ed.; Sewing Club Advisor. 

KATHERINE GOULDING: Framingham State College, 

B.S.Ed.; Sewing Club Advisor. 

JEWEL H. REBURN: Univ. of Iowa, B.A. 





JAMES DE WOLF - CHAIRMAN: Fitchburg State College, B.A. 
M.S., MA. 



Univ. of Conn., 



JOHN LOGAN: Fitchburg State College, B.S.; Assistant Cross Country Coach, 
Assistant Tennis Coach. 

HENRY MANEGRE: Fitchburg State College, B.S.: Senior Class Advisor. 
PHILLIP H. SOUSA: Wentworth Institute; Fitchburg State College, B.S. 




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Fine Arts Offer 
Creative Opportunities. 





DWIGHT KILLAM - CHAIRMAN: Syracuse Univ., B.Mus.; 

Boston Univ., M.Mus.; Choralyres Director, Junior Choralvres 

Director. 

CHARLES BEELER: Hartt College of Music, B.M.E., M.M.E.; 

Marching Band Director, Swing Band Director. 



GORDON JONES - CHAIRMAN: Drew Univ., B.A. 

CAROL BEZANSON: Univ. of Iowa, B.A., MA. 

JOSEPH WAN WEST: Tufts Univ., B.S.Ed.; School of Museum of 

Fine Arts, Boston; Arizona State Univ., M.A.Ed. 



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DOROTHY MAROT - LIBRARIAN: Syracuse Univ., B.A., 

M.S.L.S.; Library Service Club Advisor. 

MRS. CASTALDINI - Assistant to the Librarian. 





TERRY RHICARD: A.I.C., B.S., M.A., Work-Study 
Coordinator. 



PAUL DESLAURIERS - REMEDIAL: Spfld. 
College, B.S.; Football Coach, Basketball Coach. 




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PATRICIA CASCIO: Spfld. College, B.S.; Cirls' Swimming Coach, Cirls' Gymnastics 
Coach, Synchronized Swimming Coach, Cirls' Leader Corps Advisor. 
CARLYN GOMBAR: Univ. of Mass., B.S.; Field Hockey Coach, Assistant Girls' 
Gymnastics Coach, Softball Coach. 




WILLIAM KOBER - CHAIRMAN: Spfld. 

College, B.S.; Bovs' Leader Corps Advisor. 

BRUCE MORGAN: Spfld. College, B.S.; 

Assistant Soccer Coach, Boys' Gymnastics 

Coach. 

ANDREW WHALEN: Spfld. College, B.S.; 

Soccer Coach, Basketball Coach. 

KENNETH RAINEY: Spfld. College, B.S., 

M.Ed.; Assistant Football Coach, Assistant 

Gymnastics Coach. 





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People Behind The 

Lines Help Students 

Through The Day. 





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MADELINE NEWSOME - NURSE: Spfld. Hospital, R.N. 




OFFICE STAFF: Camella Kerr, Marjorie Bean, Jean Savage, Luella Searles. 



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CAFETERIA: Mary Lopata, Harriet Goodrich, Arlene Ross, Gertrude Taylor, Dorlene Howard, Pearl 
Weisner, Leonard Rising, Leona Isham, Edith Wickett, Gladys Babineau. 




CUSTODIANS: Joe Norman, Everett Pickens, George Hosie, 
Hollis Collins, Ray Kapecki, Leon Superneau, Stanley 
Strycharz. 




SUPERINTENDENT STAFF: \nna 
Tapper, Barbara Granaudo, Emily 
Rymasz, Joyce Weinberg. 



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"No, we can't use the boys' locker 
room for an Honor Lounge! 



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Progress Is . . . Student Council 




First Row: J. Reed, D. Rail, J. Davis, R. Bonsall, N. Winetrout. J. 
Ballon, E. Peterson, B. Thomson, Second Row: N. Magadan, S. 
Miller, J. Moore, S. Cameron, B. Harlow, E. House, M. 
Shadducn, S. Bosworth, B. Dronin, Third Row: L. Mammarelli, 



C. Royer, C. Brooks, A. McCaffrey, C. Malysz, M. Ross, R. 
Cordner, J. Abrahamson, Fourth Row: W. Ingle, J. Norris, H. 
Gilson, T. McCaffrey, A. Gray, D. Mediavilla, R. LaCroix. 




B. Thomson — Secretary, N. Winetrout — President, J. Norris — Vice President, A. 
McCaffrey — Treasurer. 



BETTER COMMUNICATIONS - 

special committee having student and 
faculty representation, weekly 

announcements by Student Council 
president. 

SCHOOL AND STUDENT 

SERVICES — early bird snack break, 
senior driving privileges, Pepsi 
machine for thirsty students, school 
beautification program, campaign to 
inform students of all aspects of the 
smoking issue. 

PUBLIC RELATIONS - Monetary 
contribution to the Wilbraham drop-in 
center, acting as foster parents to Bui 
Van Hi. 

THIS IS STUDENT COUNCIL!! 



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TOP ROW: J. Hebert, D. Florian, D. Courtney, D. Mediavilla, 
H. Gilson, D. Flint, J. Moore, L. Trevallion, M. McMillan, K. 
Sullivan, R. Keyes, J. Norris, J. Coffin. SECOND ROW: G. 
Thompson, D. O'Day, S. Handel, D. O'Day, M. Shadduck, C. 
Roy, D. Mascaro, S. Miller, B. Drouin, B. Markhart, B. Willcutt, 



G. Jaguga, C. McCauley. BOTTOM ROW: D. Ball, L. Blodgett, 
S. Cameron, S. Miller, J. Davis, B. Thomson, A. McCaffrey, K. 
Dexter, S. Bagge, A. Byam. MISSING: J. Belmer, R. Joyce, E. 
Laware, S. Tenerowicz, D. VandrWater, C. Armstrong, D. 
Scarlett, J. Donohue, K. Francis, H. Prochnow, N. Winetrout. 




Changes In Monitor System Effective 

This year has brought several effective changes. First of all, 
the monitor staff has been increased, including juniors for the 
first time. With this increase, the monitors have been able to 
handle new responsibilities as pass checkers as well as their 
regular duties in the cafeteria. They, and advisors Miss 
Magistri and Miss Brewer, are to be commended for handling a 
difficult job well. 



ABOVE: Dan Courtney checks passes 
in the lobby. RIGHT: Monitors join 
civilians messing around in D. 
corridor. 




Student Hostesses Serve Graciously All Year 



The Student Hostesses are a select 
group of junior and senior girls. They 
have many duties, including helping lost 
freshmen in the first days of school, aiding 



lost parents at Open House and ushering 
at music and dramatic productions and at 
graduation. 




BOTTOM ROW: D. Petzold, N. Erb, C. Scott-Smith, S. Miller, 
J. Hebert, G. Arsenault, A. Archambault, E. Killam, A. Miller. 
SECOND ROW: Mrs. Shea - Advisor, C. Inkellis, C. Furgal, D. 
Ball, N. McCaffrey, K. Snyder, E. House, K. Dexter, C. 
Cicchetti, D. Opalinski, S. Kosek, N. Fleming, K. Short, A. 
Bradford. THIRD ROW: B. Palmer, G. McGuill, J. Baldridge, C. 
Hunt, A. Galavotti, D. O'Day, S. Cameron, D. O'Day, K. 
Iwasinski, J. Lewis, A. McCaffrey, C. Grondalski, M. Pisarczyk, J. 



Rudd, D. Petzold. TOP ROW: C. Brown, S. Handel, L. Harlow, 
P. Pincince, C. Teschendorf, B. Willcutt, M. Robison, K. 
Kszepka, P. Ensign, B. Thomson, D. Frost, M. Shadduck, L. 
Sullivan, S. Bagge, C. Roy, K. Christensen, M. Edwards. 
MISSING: D. Hanson, A. Merigian, P. O'Donnell, B. Warner, L. 
Clarkin, H. Prochnow, K. Barton, J. Richter, S. Esposito, B. 
Harlow, C. Liese, K. Francis, N. Winetrout. 




LEFT and BELOW: Student Hostesses give directions 
to lost parents at Open House. 




Select Seniors Qualify For Emerald Key 




BOTTOM ROW: A. McCaffrey, C. Inkellis, D. O'Day, D. O'Day, S. Handel, S. Cameron. TOP ROW: J. 
Coffin, C. Johnson, D. Flint, H. Gilson, W. Carpenter. 




RIGHT: Denise O'Day shows leadership in athletics. 
ABOVE: Chip Johnson celebrates with the cast after a 
great production. 



To belong to the Emerald Key Society is one of the 
highest honors a Minnechaug student can achieve. In 
order to belong to Emerald Key, one must accumulate 
a total of fifteen points each in leadership, sports and 
service, and scholarship, over a period of three and 
one half years. The members of this society deserve 
much credit and congratulations. 



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Quill And Scroll Earns Money For Preludes 




STANDING: J. Congdon, S. Stone, B. Lambert, S. Bagge, A. Rudge, D. Frost, B. Willcutt, P. Superneau, 
K. Francis, C. Teschendorf, G. Thompson, C. Johnson, SEATED: B. Dunn, S. Handel, S. Esposito, C. 
Inkellis, S. Cameron, E. House, G. McGuill. 




How do you qualify for Quill and Scroll? First of all 
you must be a good cook (?) and secondly, you must 
work on the staff of at least one school publication. 
This year the members took time from their busy 
afternoons of Falcon, Smoke Signal and Emeralds to 
participate in the group's activities. Highlighting the 
year was the annual Valentine's Day cookie sale, the 
purpose of which was to earn money for Preludes. 




LEFT: "We can't possibly bake 5,000 cookies!" ABOVE: Sue Stone 
works on layout for Falcon. 



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"Schools Match Wits" Team 
Completes Another Great Year 




Through Mr. Musselman's coaching , this 
year's "Schools Match Wits" team has 
done a very fine job. Captain Chip 
Johnson, and seniors Candy Colitti, Bob 
Kolesar, and Jan Kozyra competed against 
tough teams and turned in excellent 
performances. Other members of the 
group are busy preparing for next year's 
competition. 



Candy Colitti and Bob Kolesar discuss a possible question 




Mr. Musselman — Advisor, J. Smith, C. Colitti, B. Kolesar, A. Castillo, S. Bosworth, J. Kozyra, B. 
McGuire, SEATED: Captain C. Johnson. 



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Mathletes Turn Out Fine Performances 




SEATED: J. Coffin, A. Rudge, STANDING: D. Flint 
B. Carpenter 




ABOVE: Advisor Mr. Robinson explains a 
problem. RIGHT: Mathlete Bill Carpenter studies 
in the library. 



Although there were only four mem- 
bers of the Mathletes team this year, 
they all represented Minnecnaug 
well as they competed with other 
schools. Advisor Mr. Robinson works 
with the team so that they learn to 
solve problems quickly. 




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Falcon Staff Produces Another Great Book! 




SEATED: J. Adams, Mrs. O'Neil - Advisor, Miss Noone - Advisor. STANDING: K. Kszepka, B. 
Willcutt, G. Thompson, C. Inkellis, D. Frost, C. Teschendorf, B. Lambert, A. Rudge. 



A double page spread and no pictures?? The 
proportional is really gone! How many characters 
per inch does 18 pt. type have? The editors, staff, 
and photographers for the Falcon work long and 
tedious hours in B-ll to publish the yearbook. 



From September to June, every Tuesday and 
Friday afternoon, the Falcon staff members can be 
found selecting pictures and writing copy which 
will best represent all the students at Minnechaug. 




BELOW: "Does it look like the real me?' 
and Sharon Bagge discuss a layout. 



LEFT: Sue Handel 





Abby Rudge finishes pages for deadline. 




'Don't you dare take another picture of me with my mouth open!" 



FIRST ROW- D Anderson, D. Heller, N. Frost, N. McCaffrey, SECOND ROW: B^ Drouin B Dunn, S. 
Greenlaw, M. Edwards, S. Bagge, C. Swetland, E. House, T. Taylor, S. Stone, C. Beck, J. Baldridge. 




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Excellent Quality Of Smoke Signal Continues 




The high-quality pictures and well-written 
articles that are found in this year's Smoke Signals 
are a tribute to the hard work and dedication of 
advisor Miss Latino, editor-in-chief Sally 
Cameron, and the other editors and their staffs. 
This year's papers contain a balance of in-depth 
and feature articles, combined with the regular 
news articles. 



Editors Sue Esposito and Pam Superneau proofread 
articles. 




STANDING: A. Miller, K. VanKirk, B. Warner, R. Adair, A. Callan, D. Taylor, SEATED: K. 
Rademaekers, R. Bonsall, J. Coffin. 



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STANDING: L. Sullivan, D. Florian, J. Congdon, S. Cameron, G. McGuill SEATED: P. Superneau, C. 
Johnson, A. Gray — editors, Miss Latino — Advisor 




Advisor Miss Latino reviews Smoke Signal 
articles. 



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S. Bosworth, G. Allison, M. Dailey, Miss Little — Advisor, C. Teschendorf, C. Johnson, E. House, L. 
Sullivan, R. Adair. 




Emeralds Maintains 
High Quality 



Emeralds is Minnechaug's literary magazine containing 
poems, short stories, and sketches which have been written by 
the students. Editor-in-chief, Missy Dailey, along with her 
other editors, and Miss Little, meet once a week evaluating 
student contributions. It's a hard job trying to pick the best! 



Leah Sullivan on way to Emeralds meeting. 



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Library Aides Provide Valuable Service 



The Library Aides is a group of students of all classes 
who give up their spare time to assist the librarian in 
making our library a nicer one. They work at the 
circulation desk, checking out books, filing periodicals, and 
putting books back in their places. Their work is very 
important in the daily routine of the library. 





ABOVE: Karen Van Kirk returns a reference book to its 
shelf. LEFT: Mrs. Marot helps Paula Dane find the book 
she is looking for. 



FRONT ROW: A. Swallow, S. Heeley, L. Lambert, E. 
Blodgett, K. Buckley, C. Furgal, B. Warner, V. Voss, D. 
Cummins, D. Taylor. BACK ROW: C. Allen, E. Hardwick, 
C. Grondalski, G. Goewey, A. Nowak, A. Sidleau, P. 



Thompson, S. Yamer, D. Vereen. MISSING: D. Goewey, M. 
Bolek, C. Dollar, A. Meregian, C. Luongo, D. Pappas, R. 
Adair, B. Lambert, J. Edwards, S. Desotell, S. May, C. Mitus, 
S. Starczuski, J. Croken, K. Brickley, C. O'Brien. 




Choral Groups End Successful Season On Key 



Musical groups at Minnechaug are 
more active than ever. For the first time 
in our history, a men's glee club has been 
formed. Although it is a small chorus, Mr. 
Killam predicts increasing enthusiasm and 
membership for next year. The Junior 
Choralyres are learning how to sing in 



harmony. They are a very talented group 
of girl's, and they will be even more 
appreciated next year. This year's 
Choralyres are, as always, a select group 
phosen by Mr. Killam. Their daily 
rehearsals are proven worthwhile at their 
excellent performances. 




FRONT ROW: Mr. Killam, D. Clark, R. Molanare, B. McRae, D. Garden, M. Sambour, 
B. Zolla, J. Bohn. SECOND ROW: K. Partridge, S. McRae, J. Sullivan, D. Dougherty, G. 
Allison. 




FRONT ROW: L. Stiles, M. Irla, M. Collins, K. Clarke, S. Staeb, C. Staeb, E. Kirk. SECOND ROW: 
N. Dizer, D. Graulich, S. Wade, K. Bagge, C. Bugbee, L. Giokas, S. Coffin, I. Beach, L. Schenk. TOP 
ROW: D. Gebeau, V. Pape, A. Nowak, E. Motyl, N. Barnagian, V. Damoulaukis, Mr. Killam — Advisor, 
D. Loomis. 

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FRONT ROW: P. Superneau, E. Guest, D. Pederzani, E. Miller, N. McCaffrey, A. Ameden. TOP ROW: A. Ball, E. 

Killam, D. Ball, J. Hebert, B. Crowder, B. Kirk, K. Simpson, Cyr, L. Hartman, C. Magadan, H. Prochnow, D. 

S. Carpenter, S. Kendrew, D. Cheetham. SECOND ROW: Mediavilla, M. Robison, D. Pederzani, S. Baxendale, K. 

L. Schubach, C. Swetland, C. Kaynor, B. Ouimet, R. Kszepka, D. Frost, P. Pincince, C. Inkellis, J. Baxendale, A. 

Kendall, S. Heeley, D. Taylor, E. Blodgett, N. Frost, M. Miller. MISSING: G. Hollinghurst, J. Morgan. 




Music at a dress rehearsal?! 




Choralyres warm up before performance. 



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Band Marches Its Way Through Another Great Year 




BOTTOM ROW: J. Dernavich, G. Robinson, B. Goulding, T. 
Newton, R. Vakel, C. Johnson, J. Snow, D. Nieske. ROW 2: R. 
Bonsall, K. Wallace, S. Greenlaw, M. Gross, B. Crockett, D. 
Bercovici. ROW 3: E. Thrasher, K. Green, R. Brickley, R. 
Cooper, B. Hunt, L. Schenk, D. Goewey, R. Sweeney. ROW 4: 
L. Blodgett, S. Cameron, S. Forsyth, J. Goulding, R. Bonsall, S. 
Armstrong, M. Jones, L. Lambert. ROW 5: I. Korabowski, L. 



Castillo, A. Rudge, S. Beck, J. Smith, P. Gowing, C. Malysz, C. 
Brooks. ROW 6: G. Johnson, T. Fogg, S. Tenerowicz, P. Baker, 
D. Christensen, D. Giokas, J. Congdon, G. Vakel. ROW 7: G. 
Henley, A. Richmond, S. Francis, D. Duclos, D. Keith, A. Hatch, 
J. Getchell, R. Fiore TOP ROW: D. Czohara, R. Pierpont, P. 
Snow, M. Sullivan, G. Markhart, J. Plumkett, A. Castillo, J. 
Foster. MISSING: S. Handel, D. Heller. 




This year, as always, the "Minnechaug 
Regional High School Marching Band" was a 
great success. Their music, which included 
songs such as "Cool", "Something's Coming", 
and "Maria", was from the musical, "West 
Side Story." The highlight of the season was 
when the sixty-four piece band went to Dillon 
Stadium and performed the half-time show for 
the Hartford Knights. 



Band plays school song after a touchdown. 



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Mr. Beeler points out the band's mistakes. 



Band rehearses step-two drill. 







Drum major Ray Vakel keeps time as band does precision routine. 



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"Compulsory Service For All 



Citizens" Is Debate Topic 




STANDING: J. Smith, G. Allison, S. Bosworth, C. Kenna, B. McGuire, B. Kolesar, J. King. SEATED: A. 
Gray, B. Markhart, C. MacDonald. 




Each year the debating team discusses one 
problem. This year, the question was should there 
be "Compulsory service for all citizens". The 
team meets with fourteen other schools, and in 
competition the members have shown that they 
can think quickly and can answer the difficult 
questions asked. 



Bob Kolesar practices his debating skills. 



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FTA And National Affairs Gather Impetus 




Advisors — Miss Noone, Mrs. Ligarski, D. Gendron, C. Grant, D. Marvici, C. Fales, E. Kirk, J. Thomas, K. 
Isham, C. Child, C. Malzinkski, P. Cowing, L. Paquette, C. Paquette, A. Sibleau, G. Glinn, K. 
Charhonneau, V. Pape, M. Arooth, D. Burt. 



Under the direction of Miss Noone and Mrs. 
Ligarski, the Future Teachers of America has 
become an active and progressive group. This 
year, members of FTA are student aides at Mile 
Tree School. There has been growing enthusiasm 
for this group. 



The newly established National Affairs Club 
gained prominence this year through its 
interesting program. Several times throughout the 
year informed speakers were invited to speak to 
interested students. 




A. Fife, G. Spafford, D. Scott, E. Trombley, L. Coolidge, C. MacDonald, Mr. Trenholm, Advisor. 



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Model Congress Proposes Bill 







J. King, C. Kenna, C. Johnson, A. Gray, B. Willcutt, B. Markhart, J. Bennett, C. MacDonald, J. 
Smith. 




This year the model congress group 
attended two Model Congresses; one in 
West Springfield and one at AIC. The 
group as a whole presented and defended 
one bill at AIC, while in West 
Springfield, each person presented his 
own bill. 



Alec Gray demonstrates his speaking 
abilities. 



School Store Provides Valuable Service 




Every morning in 
September, the 
freshman can be found 
lined up at the school 
store waiting to buy 
gym suits, shower 
shoes, note paper, note 
books, pens. The crush 
eases later in the year, 
but even well-supplied 
upperclassmen still find 
time to browse among 
the new paperbacks 
during lunch. The girls 
do a nne job in 
providing an important 
service. 



School store staff has a great time preparing the store for business. 



S. Smith, N. McCaffrey, K. Christensen, Mrs. Ardison — Advisor, J. Abrahamson 




Juniors Carry On Tradition — 
Receive Top Three Awards 




The Seniors presented a delicate combina- 
tion of humor and pathos in their production 
of Marty. This difficult play was handled with 
great skill by a talented cast headed by Henry 
Boyer (Runner-up Best Actor) and Denise 
Mediavilla (Runner-up Best Actress.) 



ABOVE: Marty (Henry Boyer) asks the Young 
Girl (Donna Lovell) to dance. RIGHT: The 
Wall (Diane Ball) creates a chink. BELOW: 
Dexton Linker (Debbie Colitti) speaks to some 
rebellious students. 





Instead of combining with the 
Sophomores, the Freshmen once 
again presented their own play. 
This year it was really their own, 
an original satire by Mr. 
Musselman, featuring the 

unforgettable Dexton Linker. We 
predict a great future for this 
talented group. 



This year the Sophomores 
proved that A. A. Milne's The 
Ugly Duckling can still delight 
audiences. All the players 
handled their parts expertly and 
Jonna Goulding received special 
recognition with an honorable 
mention award. We look forward 
to their production next year. 




The Chancellor (Jonna Goulding) reads the riddle to the Prince (Geoff 
Allison) 




A Minnechaug tradition is still being 
maintained. For the fifth year in a row, 
the Juniors have taken top honors in the 
one-act play contest — best play (Pyramus 
and Thisbe), best actress (Diane Ball), 
and best actor (Alec Gray). Humor ranged 
from slapstick to wit, and the actors 
seemed to enjoy themselves as much as 
did the highly enthusiastic audience. 



ABOVE: Pyramus (Alec Gray) 
woos Thisbe (Ethel Killam). 
RIGHT: Mr. Trenholm presents 
trophies to Alec Gray, Henry 
Boyer, Diane Ball, and Denise 
Mediavilla. 




"Prosper And Be Preposterous" Delights Audience 



Prosper and Be Preposterous, 

an original play by Jim Congdon, 
was a satire on A Christmas 
Carol and featured an off-beat 
ghost, life-sized wind-up toys, 
and a miser who learns his lesson 
in modern style. The fine cast 
was headed by Henry Boyer as 
Pennisqueezer Shrewd and Dan 
Courtney as the Ghost of Christ- 
mas Presents. 





ABOVE: Ghost of the Christmas Presents talks to Pennisqueezer 
Shrewd. LEFT: Santa asks for donations. BELOW: Clerks recite 
responses to Shrewd. 




Tech Theater Deserves High Praise 




A. Richmond, S. Coolidge, K. Croft, C. Johnson, J. Hammond, C. Gilbert, B. Willcutt. 



On opening night, little attention is paid to one of 
the most hard working groups in the school. Tech 
Theater members, headed by Brenda Willcutt, worked 
all year on such things as building and painting scenery, 
preparing sets and lighting. Through their efforts the 
plays have had a professional look that made them a 
success. 





LEFT: Charlie Gilbert paints a set. RIGHT: Jay 
Hammond works the lighting. 



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SPORTS 






SENIORS: CLOCKWISE: A. Galavotti, L. Harlow, C. Hunt, C. Cicchetti, M. 
Pisarczyk, D. Opalinski, L. Clarltin. 




ABOVE: SUBSTITUTES: L. Clarkin, A. Archambeault, E. Parr, A. Skrzyniarz, 
B. Robinson. STANDING: N. Fleming. RIGHT: Miss Fey leads team in a 
typical afternoon practice. 




BOTTOM ROW: C. Candage, T. Boduch, D. Anderson, N. Batista, L. Harlow, C. Hunt, M. Harvasz, S. 
Heeley, K. Christensen, L. Rodgers. SECOND ROW: J. Baldridge, S. Garneau, S. Smith, C. Cicchetti, D. 
Opalinski, D. Petzold, A. Galavotti, C. Furgal, B. Ouimet, N. McCaffrey. THIRD ROW: Mrs. Sager - 
Advisor. M. Stamm, A. Swallow, M. Pisarscyk, J. Rudd, C. Malzewski, C. Grondalski, R. Kendall, C. 
Allen, S. Bagge, M. Welch, Miss Fey — Advisor. 




Precision Marchers 
Delight Minnechaug 
Fans 



Once again this year, Minnechaug sports 
spectators were entertained by the 
unpredictable, but always enjoyable Drill 
Team. The team added much color to their 
routines when they changed to black sweaters 
and knee socks, and used green and white 
shakers for effect. The highlight of the season 
came at the Alumni Basketball game in 
December when Santa arrived just in time to 
take a short ride on his sleigh pulled by 
Rudolph and his eight reindeer (Drill Team in 
disguise.) Many thanks to Miss Fey, her new 
assistant, Mrs. Sager, and the team for 
entertaining all during half time at football 
and basketball games. 



Drill Team forms wheel during their 
routine at the Alumni Game. 



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New Coach Leads 
Field Hockey Team 
To Winning Season 



SCORES 



FALCONS 




OPPONENTS 


2 


West Springfield 


1 


4 


Westfield 





4 


Longmeadow 





1 


East Longmeadow 


2 


2 


Longmeadow 


2 


5 


West Springfield 







ABOVE LEFT: A Longmeadow 
opponent in hot pursuit of Cindy Brown. 
ABOVE: Sue Kosek tackles Longmeadow 
opponent. 




BOTTOM ROW: C. Brown - Co-captain, S. Handel - 
Co-captain. SECOND ROW: D. Rauscher, A. Lescault, C. 
Lopata, N. Howell, P. Condon, C. Iampietro, M. Hinkley, S. 
Frost. THIRD ROW: G. Arsenault, C. Scott-Smith, J. Richter, 
D. O'Day, S. Kosek, D. O'Day, J. VanGorder, M. Fisher, S. 
Lopata, K. Buckley, C. Roy, C. Couture. FOURTH ROW: S. 






LaBroad — Manager, L. Waterman, D. Piepho, G. Hellyar, S. 
Silva, C. Swetland, D. Pappas, N. Vautrain, E. Peterson, L. 
Sullivan, K. Waterman, B. McGuire, P. Marcinek, E. Hardwicke, 
S. Starczewski, D. Gagnier, Mrs. Gombar — Coach. MISSING: 
M. Shadduck — Manager. 



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ABOVE: Falcons drive for successful goal. 




Under the direction of its new coach, Mrs. Gombar, 
the Field Hockey team finished with another winning 
season. The team was the largest it has ever been and 
had more than half of last year's starters returning. So 
with numbers and experience in their favor, they played 
six rigorous games, losing only to East Longmeadow. 
The girls challenged them to another game, but 
regretfully never had the opportunity to play it. 
However, they proved themselves at the Hampshire 
County Girl's High School Play Day on Saturday, 
October 19. The team spent the day at U. Mass., 
receiving pointers on strategy and techniques of the 
game, and playing a series of games in the afternoon. 



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ABOVE: See Sue. See Denise. See Sue and Denise run. 
RIGHT: Seniors: C. Rov, D. O'Dav, J. Richter, C. Brown, S. 
Handel, P. Condon, S. Kosek, D. O'Dav. 




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New Talent 

And Depth 

In Girl's Swim Team 



The Girl's Swim Team finished a successful 
season with a 7-3 dual meet record. Under 
the coaching of Miss Cascio, the girls went on 
to take second place in the Western Mass. 
meet, paced by first place winners Bonnie 
Bridgman and Cindy Staeb. Bonnie set a new 
record in the breast stroke and Cindy took 
first in the one-hundred individual medley. 
With one of the youngest and most well 
balanced teams ever, the girls can look 
forward to a good season next year. 








ABOVE: Lynnie Shaw displays excellent form in a back dive 
BELOW: Seniors: S. Miller, P. Pincince, K. Poland, C. Liese, S. 
Cameron. 



ABOVE: Bonnie Bridgman on her way to a new Western 
Mass. record in breast stroke. 




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BOTTOM ROW: S. Cameron, P. Pincince, S. Miller — Co-captain, K. Kszepka, K. Poland, Miss Cascio. 
SECOND ROW: B. Bridgman, C. Desotell, E. House, C. Roy, B. Hackney, L. Sullivan, C. Butterworth. 
THIRD ROW: S. Staeb, L. Shaw, P. Desotell, A. DeValle, J. Benoit, N. Magarian, C. Kaynor, K. 
Sweeney. FOURTH ROW: C. Staeb, K. McCarthy, A. Oades, K. Cassidy. MISSING: P. Cowing, J. 
Abrahamson, C. Liese — Co-captain. 



SCORES 



FALCONS 




OPPONENTS 


46 


West Springfield 


31 


37 


Longmeadow 


40 


59 


Chicopee 


18 


41 


Chicopee Comp. 


6 


52 


East Longmeadow 


25 


45 


West Springfield 


32 


28 


Northampton 


49 


46 


Chicopee 


31 


42 


East Longmeadow 


33 


36 


Longmeadow 


41 



RIGHT: Barb Hackney off to a flying start. 





BOTTOM ROW: A. Miller, J. Hebert, A. McCaffrey, A. Bradford, P. 
Ensign. SECOND ROW: B. Palmer, K. Dexter, P. OTJonnell, K. Short. 
TOP: B. Thomson. 




Cheerleaders Promote Spirit At 'Chaug 




ABOVE: Mike McMillan smashes through the Falcon 
hoop made by Varsity Cheerleaders. RIGHT: 
Cheerleaders prepare to release spirit from the "Spirit 

Jug"- 



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SENIORS: BOTTOM ROW: A. McCaffrey, P. ODonnell, K. 
Dexter. TOP: B. Thomson, P. Ensign. 



Besides supporting our teams in victory and defeat, 
the Varsity Cheerleaders have kept school spirit alive 
by sponsoring pep rallies and organizing green and 
white days. This year a new dimension was added — 
"Spirit Jug". During a pep rally all the school spirit is 
collected in the jug. Then, at the game it is released to 
give the team an extra boost in playing. The girls 
deserve much credit for demonstrating good 
sportsmanship and stimulating enthusiasm throughout 
the year. 





LEFT: Cheerleaders show spirit after a Falcon touchdown. 
RIGHT: Let's go Minnechaug, we want some action! 



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J.V. Cheerleaders 
Abound With Spirit 



ABOVE: A few of our enthusiastic girls in action. 




ABOVE: Jeanne Dexter shows us what real spirit is. 
BELOW: You didn't! 




A unified squad in spirit and cheers, the J.V. 
Cheerleaders support our J.V. football, soccer, and 
basketball teams. During half-time at Varsity 
football games, they cheerfully sell food. They 
sing on the bus after a game. In fact, most 
everything our J.V. Cheerleaders do promotes 
spirit. They're an enthusiastic group of girls and 
Minnechaug is proud to have them supporting our 
teams. 




BOTTOM ROW: J. Dexter, P. Proctor - Captain, M. Ross. SECOND 
ROW: S. Murray, M. Blethen, C. Beaulieu. THIRD ROW: D. McGuill, 
L. Guernsey, S. Maskell, J. Terry. TOP: Miss Weatherby - Advisor. 



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BOTTOM ROW: J. Moore, D. Petzold, J. Hebert. A. Bradford, L. 
Blodgett, D. Petzold. SECOND ROW: C. Roy, D. Hanson, C. 
Kopf, D. Gagnier, A. Miller, E. House, K. Snyder. THIRD 



ROW: D. O'Day, B. Thomson, D. O'Day, K. Francis, P. 
O'Donnell, A. McCaffrey, C. Liese, K. Dexter, S. Cameron, S. 
Miller. 



Girl's Leaders Corps 
Functions Effectively 



Have you ever wondered who's responsible for 
selling tickets at football and basketball games? It's 
none other than the Girl's Leaders Corps. Composed 
of fine athletes, this organization assists our Physical 
Education Department during gym classes. The girls 
take attendance, lead exercises, and help the instructor 
teach students the basic skills of various sports. Apart 
from assisting Miss Cascio and Mrs. Gombar, they find 
time to lend a hand at special athletic events, and in 
the spring sponsor a Soc Hop with the Boy's Leaders 
Corps. 





ABOVE: We have to cage our seniors. BOTTOM ROW: D. 
O'Day, K. Francis, B. Thomson. SECOND ROW: S. 
Cameron, D. O'Day, K. Dexter, A. McCaffrey, P. O'Donnell, 
C. Liese, S. Miller. LEFT: Denise O'Day spots for Barb 
Raymond on the parallel bars. 




Team breaks to discuss strategy during their game with 
M on son. 





SCORES 




FALCONS 




OPPONENTS 


32 


Palmer 


42 


19 


Monson 


42 


20 


Enfield 


22 


31 


Ludlow 


36 


21 


Ware 


26 


25 


S. Hadley 


32 


22 


Palmer 


25 


28 


Monson 


53 


29 


Enfield 


47 


25 


Ludlow 


29 


22 


Ware 


47 


17 


S. Hadley 


25 





ABOVE: Linda Marshall was too busy defending the 
goal to notice that her picture was being taken. 
BELOW: Denise Gagnier shoots despite the 
antagonism of her Enfield opponent. 




LEFT: Linda Marshall and Karen DeSanti attempt to box 
in Ann Lescault during practice. 




Although the Girls' Basketball Team did not 
have a winning reeord, it was a profitable year for 
them. They were a spirited team, improving 
greatly as the season progressed and who, along 
with their new coach, Mrs. Bolduc, acquired 
much valuable experience. The girls anticipate a 
victorious season next year when all will return to 
make use of the previous year's efforts. 



Basketball Team Gains Much 
Experience During '68-'69 Season! 




ABOVE LEFT: Girls practice lay up shots before a game. ABOVE: 
Debbie doesn't stand a chance! 




BOTTOM BOW: T. Koncitik, B. Hardwicke, C. Bov - Captain. 
D. Hardwicke, D. Petzold. SECOND BOW: K. Powers, B. 
Adair, A. Lescault, K. Bucklev, D. Murphv, S. Lopata, D. Riga. 
THIBD BOW: Miss Brewer - Asst. Coach, J. Beaulieu - 



Manager, S. Craig, K. DeSanti. K. Brickley, 
Abrahamson, D. Gagnier, Mrs. Bolduc — Coach 
Asst. Coach. 



L. Marshall, J. 
Miss Mangan — 



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Girl's Gymnastics Maintain 

High Standards Of Performance 




BOTTOM ROW: L. Stiles, S. Fisher, S. Miller, C. Liese, C. 
Fales, M. Clifford, K. Crowder. SECOND ROW: L. Blodgett, 
L. Bond, B. Raymond, N. Frost, D. O'Day, C. Raymond, D. 



O'Day, L. Shaw, P. Desotell. THIRD ROW: L. Mamarelli, C. 
Malysz, C. Brooks, J. Benoit, J. Moore, E. Nobbs, B. 
Bridgman, D. Hanson, C. Kopf. 





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FALCONS 




OPPONENTS 


71.70 


Marlborough 


42.60 


60.45 


West Springfield 


53.85 


66.70 


Mount Everett 


44.40 


63.35 


West Springfield 


50.85 


62.50 


Longmeadow 


41.45 


68.70 


Tantasqua 


60.70 


64.75 


Cathedral 


72.40 


52.90 


Holyoke 


27.30 



LEFT: Jodie Moore going into a layout stoop vault. 





There were several additions and changes to this 
year's gymnastics team, but the girls still maintained 
their reputation for being a tough team to beat. With 
one less event (no trampoline this year) and new rules 
stressing amplitude and originality, the girls had to 
work extra hard to qualify for the state meet. They 
practiced whenever, (would you believe ten o'clock 
Saturday morning and during vacations?) and 
wherever (would you believe the corrective room and 
halls?) they coula find time and space. But with the 
experienced coaching of Miss Cascio and Mrs. Gombar 
and the good luck cnarms of the "vulches", the girls 
pulled through with a very successful season. 



ABOVE LEFT: Debbie O'Day holds an artistic- 
pose. ABOVE: Leslie Blodgett meditates in a yoga 
position. 





ABOVE: Denise Hanson's form and grace help her 
to qualify for the state meet. LEFT: Seniors: D. 
O'Day, C. Liese, S. Miller, D. O'Day. 



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A Strong Showing For The Falcon Soccer Team 




KNEELING: R. Rene, L. Trevallion, P. Twomey, D. Balser, K. Cieplik, G. Strycharz, A. Emerson, 
S. Libby. STANDING: Coach Whalen, B. Mussleman, C. Piepho, C. McCauiey, R. Joyce, M. McCarthy, 
J. Norris, M. McMillan, B. Fuller, G. Harris, B. Fisher 




It was quite a year for the Minnechaug 
varsity soccer squad, fighting to a 7-5-2 
record for fourth place in the rugged 
Pioneer Valley Soccer League. When 
they combined their own determination 
with the skills developed through long 
hours of practice, Coach Whalen's booters 
were almot unbeatable. This is supported 
by their beating first place finisher 
Chicopee 2-0. As any of the spectators at 
the Ludlow game can testify, the game 
sometimes changes quickly. With only 
five minutes left, Ludlow scored three 
goals to win 3-2, a loss that hurt deeply, 
because it shattered our hopes to make 
the W. Mass. Soccer Tournament. There is 
always next year, however, and with the 
return of Bruce Fuller (9 goals) and many 
other underclassmen, there are strong 
hopes of making the tournament in the 
fall of 1969. 









SCORES 


FALCONS 


OPPONENTS 


1 


Chicopee Comprehensive 2 


2 


Chicopee 


2 


East Longmeadow 





West Springfield 2 
Ludlow 3 





3 


Monson 


2 


Longmeadow 


1 


Chicopee Comprehensive 1 





Chicopee 1 


' 1 


East Longmeadow 1 


2 


West Springfield 1 


2 


Ludlow 3 


3 


Monson 2 


2 


Longmeadow 



UPPER LEFT: Seniors Lance Trevallion 
and Barry Musselman lose no interest in 
the action while taking a break. 

UPPER RIGHT: Able fullback Gary 
Harris beats his man to the ball, as usual! 

ABOVE: Left wing Carl Piepho's biggest 
problem was to put the ball in instead of 
past the goal. He owned probably the 
strongest left foot in the league! 




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Fullbacks Gary Harris (top left) and Craig 
McCauley (above) did a gooa job defending our 
goal. Also helping out was Rick Rene, who, 
because of his talent for tackling opposing players, 
is being scouted by a number of pro football 
teams! 

Center halfback Mike McCarthy (bottom) was 
the team's unsung hero. Acting as the offensive 
playmaker, he set up many of our goals, and also 
scored a couple himself. 




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BOTTOM ROW: A. Arkanian, M. Kielbasa, K. Arkanian, S. 
Francis, B. Harris. SECOND ROW: G. Monrad, LJosselyn, E. 
Wahlberg, R. Russell, D. Genest, F. Bongiorni, C. Fortune. 



THmD ROW: Mr. Morgan - coach, B. Dickie, B. McCauley, J. 
Arnold, J. Dailey, C. White, F. Stirton, J. Kokozyna, K. Green, 
Mr. Glasscock — assistant coach. 



Freshman Soccer 

The premiere year for the freshman soccer team 
was a victorious one as the hooters chalked up a 
4-3 record. After a shaky start the Frosh 
registered three consecutive victories at the end of 
the season. Goalie Curtis White was a standout in 
these last games as he registered two shoutouts. 
The fine season this year will show up next year as 
a possible four members may start varsity soccer; 
Steve Francis, Frank Bongiorni, and Pat Twomey 
included. 



Junior Varsity Soccer 

The junior varsity booters also had a fine season. 
With particularity good teamwork and plenty of 
long practice sessions they developed into a unit 
that was hard to beat. John McGuill was one of 
many standouts on the junior varsity squad as he 
captained the team. 




BOTTOM ROW: P. Shapris, G. Joillet, R. Nowak, P. Powers, J. 
McGuill, C. Matson, K. Stephens, A. Emerson, B. Drouin, Mr. 
Verani - Coach. SECOND ROW: R. Ameden, R. Fongemie, W. 



Hirst, P. Brown, S. Ingerham, J. Conners, K. Courtney, J. Goos, 
P. Camero, R. Condon, D. Balser, W. Finn. 



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Minnechaug Harriers Outdistance Opponents, Winning Nine 



Cross country is a sport that often goes 
unnoticed, but at Minnechaug it has proven to be 
one of the most successful teams. Under the 
direction of coaches Donald Bamford and Jack 
Logan, the harriers posted a 9-4 record with the 
greatest degree of success coming at the 
conclusion of the season when they compiled six 
consecutive victories. Senior co-captains, Bill 
Carpenter and Doug Flint, along with Dennis 
Keefe and Jeff Coffin were the men who most 
often paced the distance runners. A standout 
performance was turned in by Bill Carpenter at 
the Western Mass. Cross Country meet where he 
placed ninth in a tremendously large field. A 
pleasant surprise was freshman Jim Durfee who 
earned his varsity letter. Many returning 
lettermen should provide this outstanding sport at 
Minnechaug with many good years to come. 





SCORES 






FALCONS 


OPPONENTS 


38 


Amherst 




23 


24 


Wilbraham Acad. 




35 


35 


Palmer 




20 


19 
41 


Chicopee 
Cathedral 




42 
18 


15 


Belchertown 




50 


33 

22 


Tantasqua 
North Brookfield 




23 
33 


20 


Monson 




36 


24 


Longmeadow 




32 


20 


West Springfield 




40 


17 


Ware 




46 


15 


Quabog 

(note: low score 


wins) 


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BOTTOM ROW: J. Reburn, R. Marsili, R. Howland, R. C.ouvan, D. Flint, W. Carpenter, J. Lapointe, D. 
Clark, W. Carpenter, J. Coffin. SECOND ROW: Mr. Bamford - Coach, J. Squire, H. Meiklejohn, K. 
Barrett, T. Bateson, M. Sagan, R. Callahan, D. Keefe, J. Durfee, J. Roberts, D. Scarlett, D. Fitzgerald, Mr. 
Logan — Coach. 



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ABOVE: Coaches Bamford and Logan note times with Longmeadow coach. 





ABOVE: Senior co-captains Doug Flint 
and Bill Carpenter. 



ABOVE: Bruce Johnson sprints the last 
leg of his race. 



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BOTTOM ROW: Capts., B. Morgan, K. Sullivan. SECOND 
ROW: E. Rzegocki, S. Miller, D. Meehan, J. DeSanti, E. Laware, 
A. Byam, E. Jajuga, K. Crossman, J. Sullivan. THIRD ROW: L. 
Spear, A. Luzi, T. Laware, P. Britten, C. Palm, M. Lynch, R. 
O Donnel, C. Proctor, Mr. Deslauries - Head Coach. FOURTH 
ROW: P. Skrzyniarz, J. Twining, R. DuBray, T. McCaffrey, N. 



Lynch, F. Engle, M. Russell, R. Kmetz, Mr. Rainey — Assistant 
Coach. FIFTH ROW: M. Eastman, S. Sousa, K. Partridge, F. 
Bennet, C. Armstrong, R. Molanare, N. Caliento, T. O Hara. 
SIXTH ROW: M. Evans, D. Florian, S. Adair, S. Spinn, S. 
Richards, K. Miller, D. Mascaro, Mr. Miller — Assistant Coach, 
T. Jordan. MISSING: Capt. J. Belmer, N. Allard, W. Fisher. 




ABOVE: Toe Sullivan (33) pushes the 

?>lay to the inside as Barry Morgan 
72) and Bob Kmetz close in for the 
tackle. RIGHT: Craig Palm (25) puts 
a big foot into the punt as Erv 
Laware (32) and Al Byam give him 
protection. 





ABOVE: Behind good blocking, Pete Skrzyniarz turns the corner and sweeps around end gaining long 
yardage. 




Varsity Gridsters Produce 
Thrilling Season 

Minnechaug exposed a ' "New Breed" of 
gridsters this year. The Falcons continued the use 
of the platoon system, innovated a flea-flicker play 
into their game plan, and introduced many new 
faces, including freshman Steve Spinn. The Falcons 
were piloted by Super Bowl Joe Twining, who left 
his mark on opposing defensive secondaries. Joe 
continuously hit ends Kevin Sullivan, Mike Lynch, 
and Boger O'Donnell as all three were able to get 
free and snatch passes with great regularity. The 
passing of Twining would never have come about 
were it not for the fine protection of the front 
wall consisting of Leo Spear, Alden Luzi, Ken 
Crossman, Jim DeSanti, and Gene Jajuga. The 
defensive unit also set up scoring threats many 
times by forcing the opponents to give up the ball 
deep in their own territory. 



ABOVE: Steve Miller (40) dives for recovery of fumble as the ball is knocked loose. BELOW: Holyoke 
Catholic attempts to block up the middle as Skrzyniarz tries to go over the top. 





ABOVE: "Hail, Hail, the gang's all here," as everybody gets into the action on this tackle. 




ABOVE: Front line opens up big hole, as Skrzyniarz blasts his way by 
Holyoke Catholic defenders. RIGHT: Coach Deslauriers and offensive team 
wait for the defense to squelch Holyoke Catholic drive. 



SCORES 




FALCONS OPPONENTS 


25 Ludlow 


26 


8 Longmeadow 


28 


42 Palmer 


30 


14 Enfield 


22 


12 East Longmeadow 


16 


8 South Hadley 


44 


12 Holyoke Catholic 


32 


32 Commerce 


6 





ABOVE: All Western Mass. Small School end, Kevin Sullivan, get's that "topsy-turvey" feeling in his 
stomach as he is jarred by three Holyoke Catholic defenders. 





ABOVE: Skrzvniarz hits the line 
again. 



ABOVE: Ed Bzegocki (74). and Tom 
Laware (71) watch play and await 
assignments. 



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Undefeated Frosh Football Team 




BOTTOM ROW: R. Martin, J. Bohn, J. Wawrzyk, S. 
Berthiaume, D. Jones, D. Belmer, B. Thomas, R. Riga, M. 
Powers. SECOND ROW: J. Dwver. G. Pabis, G. Ensign, J. 
Matthews, R. LaCroix, J. Lasonde, J. Galivotti, J. Boyd, J. 



Vartanian. THIRD ROW: Coach Holt, N. Setian, K. Kissell, E. 
Deane, M. McGuill, C. Simpson, D. Hill, B. June, R. McRae, S. 
Lajzer, H. Smith, D. Spear, S. Powell, R. Godin, Coach 
Spencer. 




Coaches Spencer and Holt guided 
an enthusiastic freshman football 
team to several individual records on 
the way to an undefeated season. 
Greg Ensign scored a total of 72 
points in leading a potent offense that 
chalked up a record 142 points. This 
staunch offense was matched by a 
stubborn defense that registered four 
shutouts while yielding a meager 20 
points in the six games played. It 
proved to be an excellent year all 
around for the determined Frosh 
team. 



ABOVE: "Coach believes in gang tackle." BELOW: Key blocks clear the left side 
for an end sweep. 




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BOTTOM ROW: Seniors: C. Stewart, W. Wilkinson, R. 
Wilson, A. Markhart, S. Miller, G. Johnson, D. Keefe, G. 
Thompson. SECOND ROW: B. Drouin, R. Staeb, T. 
Jordan, D. Cyr, S. Mahaffey, D. Mascaro, R. Keyes, T. 
Taylor, M. Damours, D. Safford, R. Cooper. THIRD ROW: 
Mr. Badger — Assistant Coach, S. Safford, E. Brower, S. 



McCrae, R. Ameden, G. Markhart, D. Harlow, D. 
McLaughlin, S. Adair, J, Bairley, F. Engle, J. Gernux, Mr. 
Miller — Head Coach. Fourth Row: G. Monrad, A. Jasper, 
J. Reed, R. Ciley, T. Green, P. Twomey, J. Matthews, R. 
Godin, R. Brickley, C. White, R. McCrae, K. Ciocci. 
MISSING: T. McNaughton, D. Bovey, L. Josselyn. 




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LEFT: Steve Miller and Dan Mascara congratulate Steve Safford on 
his victory in the 50 yard freestyle. ABOVE: Rich Wilson gives the 
final kick in the 100 yard butterfly. BELOW: Steve Safford and Reed 
Ameden burst off the blocks. 





SCORES 




FALCONS OPPONENTS 


62 


Amherst 


32 


43 


East Longmeadow 


52 


70 


Trade 


23 


72 


Classical 


23 


48 


Chicopee Comprehensive 


47 


64 


Technical 


31 


60 


Gardner 


35 


63 


Northampton 


32 


66 


South Hadley 


29 


60 


Cathedral 


35 


58 


Chicopee 


41 


61 


West Springfield 


34 


30 


Holyoke 


65 


75 


Pittsfield 


19 




FAR LEFT: Gordon Thompson and Dan Mascaro take a quick 
break. LEFT: Chris Stewart does a perfect inward dive pike 
position. 



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ABOVE: Eric Brower churns through the water while 
completing the breaststroke leg of the medley relay. LEFT: 
Western Mass. champion Roland Staeb demonstrates the 
freestyle stroke that placed him first in the individual medley- 
event. 




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Mr. Miller gives instructions and "pep talk" for a practice. 



Dennis Cyr knifes through the water with the stroke that 
gave him two fourths in Western Mass. 



Led on by the irrespressible spirit of their mascot, a rubber mermaid, the 
boy's swim team swept to an impressive 13-2 season. This record included 
an 11 meet win streak that was broken by undefeated Holyoke in the 
final meet of the season. A three way tie for second resulted from 
this defeat, between Minnechaug, East Longmeadow and Chicopee. An 
early loss to East Longmeadow was avenged by a solid team effort which 
earned the mermen undisputed second place in the Western Mass. 
championship. Junior phenomenon Roland Staeb led the team with a first 
in the 200 yard individual medley and a second in the 400 yard freestyle. 
Seniors Buddy Markhart, Steve Miller, George Johnson, Gordon Thompson, 
Chris Stewart and Rich Wilson will be missed by next year's team, but there 
is so much depth that many members are already anticipating a victory 
over Holyoke next year. 




LEFT: "Wall to wall" Tom Taylor flies through the water in his 
specialty 100 yard breaststroke. BELOW: Senior Wayne Wilkinson 
effortlessly swims freestyle. 




ABOVE: The start of the 100 yard freestyle finds Steve Miller and Buddy 
Markhart hanging over the water with powerful racing starts. 




ABOVE: Reed Ameden strokes through the water. 
BELOW: Long distance freestyler Ralph Keyes paces 
himself. 





ABOVE: Diver Don Safford executes a forward dive in the 
pike position. BELOW: George Johnson shows the 
powerful stroke that really developed by the end of the 
season. 




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Varsity Hoop Team Swamps Rival Ludlow Twice 




Minnechaug's varsity basketball team earned a 
berth in the Western Mass. Small School 
Tournament by jumping off to a quick 3-1 league 
record. Using a tenacious zone press and 
aggressive rebounding the hoop squad forced 
mistakes by opponents and then capitalized on 
them. The team lost some of its early sparkle in 
midseason but recovered to thrash East 
Longmeadow 71-60. 




ABOVE LEFT: Mike Lynch goes up high to block the 
shot as Roger O'Donnell sets for the rebound. 
ABOVE: "It's mine and you can't have it." 




BOTTOM ROW: D. Meehan, S. Lombardi, R. O'Donnell, M. 
Lynch, B. Morgan. SECOND ROW: Mr. Winenot - 



Assistant Coach, J. Twining, T. Evans, M. McMillan, K. 
Sullivan, J. DeSanti, N. Allard, Mr. Whalen — Head Coach. 



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ABOVE: Norm Allard pops to hank in 
another two points. BELOW: Mike 
McMillan swishes a high floater. 



ABOVE: Moving on the haseline, Mike 
Lynch looks for an easy layiip. BELOW: 
Kevin Sullivan's good moves open him up for 
a sure hoop. 







SCORES 




FALCONS 


OPPONENTS 


75 


Ware 


56 


62 


Enfield 


68 


61 


Commerce 


69 


65 


Longmeadow 
Eastnampton 


51 


75 


51 


70 


Ludlow 


50 


68 


Agawam 


80 


63 


East Longmeadow 


7? 


59 


Enfield 


65 


34 


Classical 


55 


45 


Longmeadow 
Eastnampton 


52 


51 


43 


67 


Ludlow 


49 


52 


Agawam 


53 


71 


East Longmeadow 


60 


78 


Ware 


61 


47 


Classical 


50 





ABOVE: Falcons fight for the rebound. LEFT: Jody Twining 
and Mike Lynch show the ultimate in trap defense. LOWER 
LEFT: Kevin Sullivan and Mike McMillan, along with 
Longmeadow players, wait for the ball to come down. 
BELOW: Sully pops one from the key. 




J.V. Basketball Team Demonstrates Hustle 




BOTTOM ROW: P. Skrzvniarz, K. Stephens, G. Ensign, D. 
Garden, W. Bradford, B. Mierzwinski. SECOND ROW: 
Mr. Musselman — Coach, J. Hastings, G. Pabis, K. Kissel, C. 



Kibbe, J. McGuill, N. Lynch, G. Kittredge, Mr. Cochran 
Assistant Coach. 



RIGHT: Gordie Kittredge takes jump shot from underneath as Carl Kibbe 
looks for possible rebound. BELOW: Nick Lynch lets it fly. 




Fledgling coach Byron Musselman inspired 
and exhorted the J.V. team to a fairly successful 
season. Teamwork, hustle and special drive by 
Gary Pabis, Pete Skrzyniarz, Kevin Kissel and 
Nick Lynch, kept the ball club moving with a 
"never die" philosophy and a desire to win. 






SCORES 


FALCONS 


OPPONENTS 


79 


Marlboro 53 


70 


South Hadley 62 


76 


Mt. Everett 54 


71 


West Springfield 69 
Longmeadow 62 


74 


70 


Technical 85 


64 


Cathedral 61 


65 


Holyoke 62 



The Minnechaug "Gymmies", in following with 
the school tradition, finished very well in the 
Western Massachusetts Gymnastics League with 
an 8-1 record. Their only loss came from an 
overpowering Tech team. Excellent performances 
were turned in by the seniors, and also by many 
underclassmen under the guidance of rookie 
Coach Morgan, and Coach Rainey. With the loss 
of such outstanding seniors as Jeff Norris, Lance 
Trevallion, Barry Musselman, and Glen Benoit, 
next year's victories will depend on the efforts of a 
group of juniors, including Russ Brooks, Cliff 
Keeny, and Roger Pelletier; and the hard work of 
the freshmen and sophomores, too. 




First year coach Bruce Morgan (a Minnechaug graduate) 
and his assistant, Ken Rainey 



Gyrating Gymnasts Finish 
With 8-1 Record 




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BOTTOM ROW: G. Benoit, J. Kozyra, J. Norris, L. 
Trevallion — co-captains, R. Bates, B. Musselman. 
MIDDLE ROW: R. Platen, C. Aykanian, M. Artioli, R. 
Pelletier, C. Keeny, F. Mazza, T. Gallagher, K. Wallace, A. 



Aykanian, R. Bonsall. TOP ROW: Coach Morgan, J. 
Vartanian, J. Plunkett, G. Phaneuf, F. Miller, D. Coombs, 
R. Brooks, P. Olmstead, D. Warner, H. Hewinson, Coach 
Rainey. 



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ABOVE: Frosh Marty Artioli works on lever in his parallel bar 
routine. BELOW: Fred Miller performs on still rings. 





ABOVE: Cliff Keeney flawlessly executes an L on the parallel 
bars. 







BELOW: Senior Jan Kozyra does a twisting dismount. 



ABOVE: Tom Gallagher swings through a side horse routine. 
BELOW: Coach Morgan shows his charges a high bar "giant". 









FAR ABOVE: Sophomore Don Warner works 
out on the side horse. ABOVE: Gary Phaneuf 
recovers from vault over long horse. 
BELOW: Pete Olmstead and Frank Mazza 
develop still rings routine under the 
"watchful" eye of their teammates. RIGHT: 
Barry Musselman executes a difficult but 
flawless iron cross. 



FAR ABOVE: Co-captain Lance Trevallion presses a 
handstand on the nigh bar. ABOVE: Free and 
relaxed style by Roger Pelletier on the parallel bars. 





Nonleague Hockey Team Has Undefeated Year 




BOTTOM ROW: R. Nowak, J. Libby, J. Connors, P. Powers, K. 
Cieplik, L. Galavotti, R. Hirst, G. Munzert, F. Deane, R. 
Pierpont. SECOND ROW: E. Wahlberg; P. Mehlinger; B. 
Libbey; D. Colby, T. Kissel, M. Jachym, H. Gilson, P. Kielbasa, 





SCORES 


FALCONS 


OPPONENTS 


9 


Amherst 4 


1 


Ludlow 1 


10 


Longmeadow 


7 


Easthampton 5 


2 


Ludlow 1 


3 


Agawam 3 


4 


Amherst 4 


7 


West Springfield 6 



M. Blais, D. Keith, S. Tenerowicz, D. Decorie, R. Joyce, E. 
Burkowski, B. Fisher, Mr. Verani - Head Coach. MISSING: K. 
Mattson, S. Sousa, T. O'Hara, D. Deane. 

The Falcon hockey team fashioned a 
phenomenal 5-0-3 record, in its first season, 
against stiff competition. Sometimes playing 
against "second teams" but often humilating 
established veterans, the Falcon rink rats could 
not be held back. Led by the gladiator 
goaltending of Bob Pierpont and Bob Hirst, the 
defense allowed only 24 goals in eight games. The 
defensive play by the duos Joyce and Deane, 
Cieplek and Gallivoti, and the offense by seniors 
Stan Tenerowicz, Doug Colby, Greg Munzart, 
Howie Gilson and Mike Jachym, supplied the 
pucksters with tremendous spirit and unity that 
should be carried by next season s league team. 



LEFT: Bill Deane in a rink long dash, splits the defense 
and goes in on goal. BELOW: The Falcon bench follows 
the now of play as they await their shift. 






ABOVE: Wingers Doug Colby, Tom Kissel and Paul 
Melhinger take a needed rest. BELOW: Spectator Mike 
Eastman takes a lesson from Bob Pierpont on how to don 
goalie equipment. 





LEFT: "Hard Days Night" for 
goalie Bob Hirst. BELOW: Biff 
Fisher directs the draw to 
Howie Gilson, as Joey 
Galavotti lays in wait for an 
unsuspecting Amherst player. 




BELOW: Besolute look by 
right winger Pete Kielbasa. 




Leader's Corps Benefits School 




Jeff Coffin assists Mr. Morgan with a pool class. This is just one of the many 
services of the Boy's Leaders Corps. Composed of junior and senior boys that 
have demonstrated leadership in their first two years at Minnechaug, the 
Leader's Corps not only assists physical education classes but also serves as 
ushers at all home athletic contests. 








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STUDENT BODY 






The past four years have been vastly different for all of us. Many 
things have happened, both for the good and for the bad. Yet, each of 
us, in our own particular way, has become involved in life here and it in 
us. They have been growing years, each of us fulfilling responsibilities 
accepting and rejecting new ideas, and most important, understanding 
our classmates and the reasons for their own special involvements. 

Our sincere thanks to Mr. Managre, our advisor, for all his help and 
his enthusiastic support of all of our projects. 



MIKE McMILLAN - Pres. 




ANN McCAFFREY - Vice Pres. 





SALLY CAMERON - Sec. 




MR. MANAGRE - Advisor 



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KATHY IWASINSKI - Treas. 



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EDGAR ALLEN 



KIM BAKER 



PETER BAKER 





BRIAN BALOGH 



FRANK C. BARBARO 



EDGAR ALLEN (Eddie) 42 Brooklawn Rd., Wilbraham: Intramurals 

1,2. 

KIM BAKER 387 Three Rivers Rd., Wilbraham: Boating 1, 2, Photo 

Club, Weightlifting, Softball. 

PETER BAKER 847 Main St., Wilbraham: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Tennis 3, 4. 

BRIAN BALOGH 

FRANK C. BARBARO 7 Mountain View St., Wilbraham: Boating Club 

1, 2, Intramurals 1, 2, Photo Club 1, 2. 

MICHAEL F. BARLOW 2575 Boston Rd., Wilbraham. 




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KERRY BARTON 



RICHARD BATES 



RACHAEL BAXENDALE 






DONALD BEAN 



BEVERLY BEARSE 



DIANE BEAUMIER 




KERRY BARTON Dippinghole Rd. Wilbraham. 

RICHARD BATES (Spider) 227 Crane Hill Rd., 

Wilbraham: Cymnastics 3, 4. 

RACHAEL BAXENDALE (Shelly) 66 Brainard 

Rd., Wilbraham. 

DONALD BEAN (Don) 615 Springfield St., 

Wilbraham: Football 1, 2, Band 1, 2, Track 2, Coif 

1. 

BEVERLY M. BEARSE (Bev) 67 Springfield St., 

Wilbraham: Jr. Choralyres 1, Office Aid 4, 

Intramnrals 1, 2, 3, Minnechomp Committee 4, 

Sewing Club 1, National Affairs. Club 4, Pep 

Club 2, Art Club 1, Film Festival 3. 

DIANE BEAUMIER 

JODEE BELLE ISLE 4 Northwood Dr., Wil 



braham: Entered Fall 1966 Intramnrals 2, 3; Jr. 

Prom Committee 3, Minnechomp Committee 4, 

Guidance Office Aid 3, 4. 

JAMES BELMER (Rim) 26 Crestwood Lane, 

Hampden: soccer 1, 2, Football 3, 4 (Co-captain), 

Monitor 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 3, 4. 

GLENN BENOIT Linwood Dr. Wilbraham. 

SCOTT BLETHEN 36 Decorie Dr., Wilbraham: 

Intramurals 1, 2, Volleyball 1. 

JOHN S. BODUCH (Budda) 19 Dal ton St. 

Wilbraham: Chess Team 1, Soccer 2, 3, Baseball 1. 

2, 3, 4. 

MARY ANN BOLEK 108 Stony Hill Rd., 

Wilbraham: Library Service 2, 4. 






JODEE BELLE ISLE 



JAMES BELMER 



GLENN BENOIT 




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SCOTT BLETHEN 





JOHN S. BODUCH 



MARY ANN BOLEK 



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HENRY BOYER 




ROSEMARY ANN BOYNTON 





CYNTHIA H. BROWN 



ALLAN BYAM 






DAVID R. CAHILL 



SALLY CAMERON 



MARILYN JEAN CAMPION 



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WILLIAM CARPENTER 



JOANNA CHECHILE 



KRISTINE CICCHETTI 




MICHAEL CIECKO 




HENRY ROYER (Hal) 8 Birch St., Wilbraham: One Act Plays 2, 3, 4, 
Christmas Play 1, 2, 3, 4, Stamp Club 2, Bridge Club 1, Art Club 2, 
F.T.A. 1, Weightlifting 3, Nat'l Affairs Club 4, Spring Plav 1, 2, 3. 
ROSEMARY ANN BOYNTON (Rosey) 23 Mountain Rd, Hampden: 
Red Cross 1, Unicef 1, Rec. Swim 1. 

CYNTHIA H. BROWN (Cindy) 142 Mountain Rd., Wilbraham: 
Student Hostess 1, 2, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), Basketball 1, 4. 
Softball 2, 3, 4, Minnechomp Committee, Jr. Prom Committee. 
ALLAN BYAM (Supernat) 35 Longview Dr., Wilbraham: Basketball 1, 

2, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader's Corps 3, 4, Monitor 
4. 

DAVID R. CAHILL (Dave) 52 Oakland St., Wilbraham: Debating 

Club 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Baseball 2, Golf 1. 

SALLY CAMERON 5 Meeting House Lane, Wilbraham: Student 

Council 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Hostess 3, 4, Monitor 4, Emerald Key 4, 

Quill & Scroll 3, 4, SMOKE SIGNAL 1, 2 & 3 (Editor), 4 

(Editor-in-chief), Library Service 2, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, 

Leader's Corps 2, 3, 4, Synco 2, 3, 4, Class Secretary 3, 4. 

MARILYN JEAN CAMPION (Denny) 9 South Park Dr., Wilbraham: 

SMOKE SIGNAL 4. 

WILLIAM CARPENTER 99 Mountain Rd. Wilbraham: Emerald Key 

4, Mathletes 3, 4, One Act Play 4, Swimming 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross 

Country 1, 2, 3, 4. 

JOANNA CHECHILE (Jo) 3 Inwood Dr., Wilbraham: Jr. Choralyres 

1, Swimming 1, 2, 3, Girls' Football 4, Jr. Prom Committee, 

Minnechomp Committee. 

KRISTINE CICCHETTI (Kris) 211 Manchonis Rd. Ext., Wilbraham: 

Student Hostess 3, 4, Library Service 1, Choralyres 2, Jr. Choralyres 1, 

Office Aid 1, Drill Team 4, Jr. Prom Committee, Minnechomp. 

MICHAEL CIECKO 8 Glenn Dr. Wilbraham: Football 1, Golf 1, 

Softball 2, Weightlifting 2. 

LAURA CLARKIN 4073 Old Orchard Rd., York, Pa.: Student Hostess 

4, FALCON 4, SMOKE SIGNAL 3, 4, One Act Plays 4, Field Hockey 

3, Drill Team 4, Jr. Prom Committee, Minnechomp Committee. 



LAURA CLARKIN 



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CAROLINE CLOUKEY 






JEFFREY HART COFFIN 



DOUGLAS COLBY 



CAROL COLITTI 






DAVID COLLINS 



PAMELA CONDON 

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GREGORY CONLON 






PATRICE CONNELLY 



SARAH COTTON 



DANIEL COURTNEY 






KENNETH CROSSMAN 



FRANK CURL 



ELAINE CYR 



CAROLINE CLOUKEY (Carol), 45 Martin Farm 

Rd., Hampden: Fashion Club 4, Art Club 4 

JEFFREY HART COFFIN (Jeff), 9 Tall Timber 

Dr., Wilbraham: Cross Country 2, 3, 4, Track 3, 4, 

Student Exchange 3, 4 Leaders Corp 3, 4, 

Mathletes 3, 4, Monitor 4. Smoke Signal Reporter 4, 

Emerald Key, Biology Lab Aid. 

DOUGLAS COLBY, 11 Porter Dr., Wilbraham 

CAROL COLITTI (Candy), 26 Brookside Circle: 

Class President 1, As Schools Match Wits 

DAVID COLLINS (General), 1147 Glendale Rd., 

N. Wilbraham: Mathletes 4, Band 1, 2, 

PAMELA CONDON (Pam), 8 Springfield St., 

Wilbraham: Field Hockey 4 

GREGORY CONLON (Greg), 55 N. Mountain Rd., 

Wilbraham. 

PATRICE CONNELLY (Pattie), 3 Oak Ridge Dr. 



Wilbraham: Jr. Choralyres 1, Aid 4, Intramurals, 

Minnechomp and Jr. Prom Committees, Ski Club 3, 

4, Sewing Club 1, 2 

SARAH COTTON (Sally), 136 Bartlett Ave., N. 

Wilbraham 

DANIEL COURTNEY (Dan), 11 Oakland Rd. 

Wilbraham 

KENNETH CROSSMAN (Ken), 440 Soule Rd. 

Wilbraham: One Act Plays 3, Freshman football, 

Football 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 

FRANK CURL, 21 Martin Farms Rd., Hampden. 

ELAINE CYR 28 Manchonis Rd., N. wilbraham: 

Choralyres 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, Triple Trio 2, 

3, 4, Swing Band 3, Christmas Play 3, Swimming 1, 

Drill Team 2, 3, All Western Mass. Chorus 4, 

Sewing Club 1 



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DAVID CZOHARA 



ELIZABETH DAILEY 



JEANIE DAVIS 




BONNIE DEAN 





FRANCIS DEANE 



DONNA DECORIE 




JAMES DESANTI 





SUSAN DESOTELL 

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KAREN DEXTER 






ROBERT DEXTER 



CAROL DIBBLE 



ANN DOMINIC 



DAVID CZOHARA 6 Shirley St., Wilbraham: 
Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 3, 4, Baseball 2, 3, 4, 
Hockey 4, All Western Mass. Band 3, All- Western 
Mass. Orchestra 4, All-State Band 4 
ELIZABETH DAILEY (Missy) 19 Brookside 
Circle, Wilbraham 

JEAN DAVIS (Jeanie) 55 Circle View Dr., 
Hampden: Monitor 4, Student Council 4, Art 
Club 1, 2, Intramurals 1 

BONNIE DEAN 7 Highland Ave., Wilbraham: Jr. 
Choral yres 1, Aid 4, Swing Band 3, Synco 2, 3, 4, 
Minnechomp 

FRANCIS DEANE 5 Pearl Ln., Wilbraham 
DONNA DECORIE 104 Stony Hill Rd., 
Wilbraham: Jr. National Honor Society 1 
JAMES DESANTI (Wop) 803 Tinkham Rd., 
Wilbraham: Basketball 2, 3, 4, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, 
Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader's Corp 3, 4. 
SUSAN DESOTELL (Sue) 345 Chapin Rd., 
Hampden: Debating Club 4, FALCON 3, Library 
Service 4, Aid 3, Swimming 3, 4 (Manager), 
Intramurals, Future Nurses 3, Pep Club 1, Ski 
Club 3, 4. 

KAREN DEXTER (K. D.) 4 
Wilbraham: Student Hostess 4, 
Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader's Corp 4, Boys 
Tennis Team Manager 2, Jr. Prom Committee 3, 
Art Club 2, Intramurals, Minnechomp. 
ROBERT DEXTER (Toot Toot) 4 Lance Ln., 
Wilbraham: Soccer 3, Tennis 1, 2, 3, 4. 
CAROL DIBBLE 28 Forest Hill Rd., Hampden 
ANN DOMINIC (Annie) 17 Brookside Circle, 
Wilbraham: One Act Plays 4. 



Lance Ln. 
Monitor 4, 



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ALICE DONOHUE 



MARY ANN DOWNEY 



CAROLI DUFRESNE 



Brookmont Dr., 
One Act Plays 



Wilbraham: 
1, 2, 3, 4, 



ALICE DONOHUE (Jude) 10 
Monitor 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, 2, 
Swimming 1, 2, Synco 1, 2, 3, 4. 
MARY ANN DOWNEY 1211 Stoney Hill Rd., Wilbraham. 
CAROLI DUFRESNE 41 Walnut Rd., Hampden: Jr. Choralyres 1, 
F.T.A. 2, Intramurals, Sewing Club 2, Ski Club 3, 4. 
DEBORAH DULUDE (Debbie) 38 Manchonis Rd., Wilbraham: 
SMOKE SIGNAL 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, FTA 2. 
ELIZABETH SUSAN DUNN (Betty) 10 Tall Timber Dr., 
Wilbraham: FALCON 4, Math Club 3, Intramurals. 
JANICE EDWARDS (Jan) 457 Dippinghole Rd., Wilbraham: Li- 
brary Service 4, Tech Theater 3 1 . 

PAULA ENSICN 55 Glenn Dr., Wilbraham: Student Hostess 4, 
FALCON 3, Jr. Choralyres 1, Cheerleading 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees 
1, 2, 3, 4. 

SUSAN MARIE ESPOSITO (Essy) 61 East Longmeadow Rd., 
Hampden: Student Hostess 3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4 (Vice 
President), SMOKE SIGNAL 1, 2, 3, 4, Library Service 1, 2, Jr. 
Choralyres 1, Intramurals, Jr. Prom Committee, Girls Industrial 
Arts 2, Knitting Club 1, Sewing Club 1, Biology Lab Assistant 4. 
NORMA FARNSWORTH Railroad Avenue, Wilbraham: Aid, 
Knitting Club 1, 2, Chess Club 1, Pre-Nursing 3. 
ALLEN FIFE Hickory Hill, Wilbraham. 

DOUGLAS B. FLINT (Doug) 37 Brooklawn Rd., Wilbraham: 
Monitor 4, Emerald Key 4, Aid 3, Swimming 1, 2, 3,^4, Track 1, 2, 
3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain), Biology Lab Assistant, 
Student Exchange 3, 4. 

RICHARD FONGEMIE (Fuge) 6 Longview Dr., Wilbraham: 
Track 2, Soccer 4, Leader's Corps 3, Intramurals. 




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ELIZABETH DUNN 



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PAULA ENSIGN 



SUSAN MARIE ESPOSITO 



NORMA FARNSWORTH 






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DOUGLAS R. FLINT 

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RICHARD FONGEMIE 





KIMBERLY FRANCIS 






DOROTHY FROST 



ANNE GALAVOTTI 



JANICE GARCEAU 



KIMBERLY FRANCIS (Kim) 29 Decode Dr., 

Wilbraham: Student Hostess 3, 4, Monitor 4, Quill 

& Scroll 3, 4 (Sect.), FALCON 3, 4 (Editor), Jr. 

Choralyres 1, 2, Field Hockey 1, Gymnastics 2, 4, 

Leader's Corps 2, 3, 4. 

DOROTHY FROST 1171 Tinkham Rd., 

Wilbraham: Student Hostess 3, 4, FALCON 3, 4 

(Editor), SMOKE SIGNAL 1, 2, Library Service 2, 

Choralyres 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, 2, Triple Trio 3, 

4, One Act Plays 1, Office Aid 4, Committees 1, 2, 

3,4. 

ANNE GALAVOTTI 18 Orchard Rd., Wilbraham: 

Student Hostess 3, 4, One Act Plays 1, Drill Team 

3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee, Minnecnomp, Christmas 

Dance. 

JANICE SUZANNE GARCEAU (Jan) 5 Butler Hill 

Road, Wilbraham: Red Cross 1, 2, 3, 4, Sewing 

Club 2, Rec Swim 1, 2, 3, Knitting Club 1, 2, 3, Jr. 

Choralyres 1, 2, 3. 



HOWARD GILSON (Luke) 4 Wright Place, 

Wilbraham: Student Council 3, 4. Monitor 4, 

Emerald Key 4, One Act Plays 1, Swimming 1, 

Basketball 2, 3, Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 

Leader's Corps 4, Hockey 4, Golf 3, 4. 

DIANE GOEWEY 407 Mountain Rd., Wilbraham: 

Library Service 2, 3, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 

1, 2, 3, Tennis 3, Red Cross 1, Chess Club 1, Girls' 

LA. 4. 

SANDRA GOKEY 

JUDITH GOODRICH 

THOMAS M. GORSKI (Gork) 256 Three Rivers 

Rd., Wilbraham: Office Aid 1, 2, 3, Intramurals 1, 

2. 

ELIZABETH GRAY 

CHARLINE GRECO 5 Cedar Oak Dr., 

Wilbraham: Entered Fall '68 National Affairs Club 

4. 



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DIANE GOEWEY 



SANDRA GOKEY 





JUDITH GOODRICH 




THOMAS GORSKI 





ELIZABETH GRAY 

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CHARLINE GRECO 






KAREN GRESS 



KATHLEEN GRISWOLD 



CLAUDIA GRONDALSKI 





DAVID GUIEL 




ERNEST HAMEL 

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BARBARA HARLOW 



LINDA HARLOW 



LAURA HARTMAN 




MARK HARYASZ 




KAREN GRESS 

KATHLEEN GRISWOLD (Kathy) 8 Peak Rd., Wilbraham: Jr. 

Choralyres 1, National Affairs Club 4, Chess Club 2, Knitting Club 

2 Art Club 2 

CLAUDIA ANN GRONDASKI 4 Acton St., Wilbraham: Jr. 

Choralyres 1, Ski Club 2, Student Hostess 3, 4, Drill Team 4, 

Library Aid 4, Art Club 2, Foreign Film Festival 3, Minnechomp 

Committee, Senior Prom Committee. 

JEANNE GUIDETTE 180 Crane Hill Rd., Wilbraham: Art Club 

1, 2, F.T.A. 1. 

DAVID GUIEL 

ERNEST HAMEL 

SUSAN HANDEL (Sue) 107 Springfield St., Wilbraham: Student 

Hostess 3, 4, Monitor 4, Emerald Key 4, Quill & Scroll 3, 4 

(Treasurer), FALCON 3, 4 (Editor), Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Field Hockey 

1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), Leaders Corps 2 Softball 2, Jr. Prom 
Committee. 

BARBARA HARLOW (Bonnie) 81 Somers Rd., Hampden: Entered 

Fall '66 Student Council 2, 3, 4, Student Hostess 3, 4 Guidance Aid 

4, Swimming 3, Cheerleading 2. SOUND OF MUSIC. 

LINDA HARLOW 42 Decode Dr., Wilbraham: Student Hostess 3, 

4, Choralyres 2, Jr. Choralyres 1, Triple Trio 2 Drill Team 2, 3, 4 

(Co-captain), Jr. Prom Committee. 

LAURA HARTMAN (Laurie) 18 Ruth Dr., Wilbraham: Choralyres 

2, 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, Triple Trio 2, 3, 4, Western District 
Chorus 4. 

MARK HARZASZ (Tarzan) 8 Severyn St., Wilbraham: Football 1, 
Chefs Club 2, Mens glee Club 2, Art Club 1. 

DARILLYN HILL 608 Stony Hill Rd., Wilbraham: Rec Swim 1, 2, 
India Club 3, Knitting Club 2, 3. 



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KAREN HILL 



KATHLEEN HILLGROVE 



SUZANNE HURD 






MARALEE HOLLINGHURST 



ROBERT HUMPHREY 



CHERYL HUNT 



KAREN HILL 608 Stony Hill Rd. Wilbraham: India Club 3, Knitting 

Club 2, 3. 

KATHLEEN HILLGROVE (Kathy) 15 Pidgeon Dr., Wilbraham: Tech 

Thpstpr 1 Drill ipjitti j 4 

IRENE HLUSCHEWSKYJ 8 Swasey Dr., Wilbraham. 

MARALEE HOLLINGHURST 560 Ridge Rd., Wilbraham: FALCON 

4, Choralyres 4, Triple Trio 4, Christmas Play 4, Aid 4. 

ROBERT HUMPHREY (Humpy) 6 Old Coach Rd., Wilbraham: 

Intramurals. 

CHERYL HUNT 28 Brookside Dr., Wilbraham: Student Hostess 3, 4, 

Jr. Choralyres 1, Aid 4, Drill Team 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), Jr. Prom 

Committee 3. 

SUZANNE HURD (Sue) 31 Chapin Rd., Hampden: Field Hockey 1, 3, 

Gymnastics 1, 2, 3. 

SUSAN ICKRATH 520 Main St., Wilbraham: Field Hockey 1, Jr. Prom 

Committee 3, Sewing Club 1, Minnechomp. 

WILLIAM INGLE (Bill) 137 Mountain Rd., Hampden: Student 

Council 4, Swing Band 3, 4. 

CAROL INKELLIS 17 Ruth Dr., Wilbraham: Student Hostess 3, 4, 

Emerald Key 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, FALCON 3, 4 (Co-editor), 

Choralyres 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, Triple Trio 2, 3, 4, Aid, Gymnastics 

1, Drill Team 2, 3, Western District Chorus 3, 4. 

KATHLEEN IWASINSKI (Kathy) 2379 Boston Rd., Wilbraham: 

Student Council 2. Student Hostess 3. 4, SMOKE SIGNAL 3, Jr. 

Choralyres 1, Jr. Prom Committee, Senior Class Treasurer. 






SUSAN ICKRATH 



WILLIAM INGLE 



CAROL INKELLIS 




KATHLEEN IWASINSKI 









MICHAEL JACHYM 






EUGENE JAJUGA 



PAUL JEFTS 



CLIFTON JOHNSON 





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SUSAN JOHNSON 



ROBERT JOYCE 



DENNIS KEEFE 




DAVID KEITH 




MICHAEL JACHYM 16 Dalton St., Wilbraham: Football 1, 

Hockey 4, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 

EUGENE M. JAJUGA (Gene) 883 Tinkham Rd., Wilbraham: 

Monitor 4, Aids 4, Basketball 1, 3, Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 

3,4. 

PAUL EDWARD TEFTS: Football 1, Track 2, 4, Soccer 3, 

Intramural volleyball 2, Band 1, 2, 3. 

CLIFTON JOHNSON (Chip) 14 West Colonial Rd., Wilbraham: 

Emerald Key 4, Quill & Scroll 3, 4 (President), Schools Match 

Wits 3, 4 (Capt), SMOKE SIGNAL 1, 2, 3, 4 (Editor), 

EMERALDS 3, 4, Model Congress 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, One Act 

Plays 3, 4, Tech Theater 3, 4, Soccer 1, Tennis 2, 3, 4, SOUND OF 

MUSIC. 

DANIEL JOHNSON (Hoge) 15 North Rd., Hampden: Soccer 1, 2, 

Baseball 1, 4. 

GEORGE W. JOHNSON 30 Brookmont Dr., Wilbraham: Band 1, 

2, 3, 4, One Act Play 4, A.V. 4 Office Aid 3, 4, Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Track 1, 2, Cross-Country 1, Soccer 3, Cheerleading 4, Leader's 

Corps 3, 4, Golf 1, Jr. Prom Committee, Minnechomp Committee, 

Western District Chorus 4, Hootenany 1, 4, Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing 

Band Show 1, 2, 3, 4. 

SUSAN JOHNSON (Sue) Brookmont Dr., Wilbraham: Student 

Hostess 3, Quill & Scroll 3, FALCON 3, SMOKE SIGNAL 2, 3, 

EMERALDS 1, 2, 3, Library Service 2, Swimming 2, Basketball 1, 

Softball 1, Intramurals 1, 2. 

ROBERT JOYCE (Bob) 34 North Monson Rd., Hampden: 

Swimming 1, 2, Baseball 3, 4, Soccer 3, 4, Hockey 4, Monitor 4, 

Leader's Corps 3, 4, Track 1. 

DENNIS KEEFE 167 Burleigh Rd., Wilbraham: Band 2, 

Swimming 2, 3, 4, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Cross Country 1, 2, 3, 4. 

DAVID KEITH (Dave) 1 Coolev Dr., Wilbraham: Band 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Track 1, 2, 4, Soccer 2, 3 Hockev 4, Photographv Club 1, Coin 

Club 2. 

GAIL KELLEHER 21 Cedar Oak Lane, Hampden: Tennis 2, 

Sewing Club 2, Red Cross 1. 



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PHILLIP KING 



MARK KOGUT 



ROBERT KOLESAR 






SUSAN KOSEK 



JAN S. KOZYRA 

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KAREN KSZEPKA 




BEVERLY LAMBERT 





RICHARD LARIVIERE 



WILLIAM LATTRELL 




ERVING LA WARE 




JOANNE LEARY 



PHILLIP KING 16 Wilson St., Wilbraham. 

MARK KOGUT 16 Bridge St., Wilbraham: Tennis 1, 2, 3. 

ROBERT KOLESAR (Bob) 3 Lebel Ave., Wilbraham: As Schools 

Match Wits, Debating Club 3, 4 (President), SMOKE SIGNAL 4, One 

Act Plays 4, Track 1, 2. 

SUSAN KOSEK (Sue) 26 Bridge St., Wilbraham: Student Hostess 3, 4, 

Chess Team 1, Jr. Choralyres 1, Basketball 2, Softball 2. 

JAN S. KOZYRA (Jas) 2 Hitchcock Rd., Wilbraham: As Schools Match 

Wits, Football 1, Gymnastics 2, 4, Track 1, Soccer 2, 3. 

KAREN KSZEPKA (Kare) 55 Brainard Rd., Wilbraham: Student Hostess 

3, 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, FALCON 3, 4 (Editor), Choralyres 2, 3, 4, 
Jr. Choralyres 1, Triple Trio 2, 3, 4, Aid 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 
Cheerleading 2, 3, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Intramurals, Play 3. 
BEVERLY LAMBERT 2 Devonshire Dr., Wilbraham: Chess Team, 
Debating Team 2, FALCON 3, 4, Library Service 2, 3, 4, Tech Theater 
2, 3. 

RICHARD LARIVIERE (Rick) 88 Manchonis Rd., Wilbraham. 
WILLIAM LATTRELL (Bill) 16 Charles St., Hampden: Track 1, 2, 3, 

4, Chess Team 2, Intramurals 1, 2, Weight-lifting 1, 2, 3. 

ERVING LA WARE (Erv) 2765 Boston Rd., Wilbraham: Monitor 4, 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4. 
JOANNE LEARY (Jo) 73 Bennett Rd., Hampden: Field Hockey 3, 4, 
Swimming 1, 2, Intramurals 4. 



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JANET JOSLYN LEWIS 



PATRICIA LIAPIS 




CYNTHIA LIESE 




TIMOTHY LYNCH 




DONNA MARIE LOVELL 




CAROL MAGARIAN 

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ALBERT MARKHART 




SUSAN LELIGDON (Sue) 42 Brooklawn Rd., Wilhraham. 

JANET JOSLYN LEWIS (Jan) 37 Brookside Dr., Wilbraham: Student 

Hostess 3, 4, Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, 

Minneehomp. 

PATRICIA LIAPIS (Pat) 242 Allen St., Hampden. 

CYNTHIA LIESE (Brown Eyes) 16 Western View Dr., Wilbraham: 

Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), Gymnastics 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), 

Leader's Corps 3, 4, Synco 1, 2, 3, 4, Committees. 

DONNA MARIE LOVELL (Donna) 348 Mountain Rd., Wilbraham: 

One Act Plays 1, 2, 3, 4, Play 3. 

TIMOTHY LYNCH (Tim) 69 Somers Rd., Hampden: Gymnastics 2, 3, 

Soccer 1, 3, Tennis 3. 

CAROL MAGARIAN 15 Ruth Dr., Wilbraham. 

ALBERT MARKHART (Buddy) 5 Greenwood Rd., Wilbraham: 

Swimming 1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, Debating 2, 3, 4 (President), Monitor 4, 

Emerald Key Society, One Act Plays 2, 3, 4. 

MICHAEL MARTIN (Mike) 1 Anvil Rd., Wilbraham: Chess Club 2, 

Track 2, 3, 4, Minneehomp. 

DEBRA MATTHEWS 66 Woodland Dr., Hampden. 

ANN MARIE McCAFFREY (Ann) 10 Delmor Cir., Wilbraham: 

Student Council 1, 2, 3, 4 (Treasurer), Student Hostess 3, 4, Monitor 4, 

Emerald Key Society 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, Cheerleading 2, 3, 4, Leader's 

Corp 4, Jr. Prom Committee, Class Vice-President 2, 3, 4, National Jr. 

Honor Society 1, 2. 

MICHAEL ALOYSIUS McCARTHY (Mac I) 118 Thresher Rd., 

Hampden: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain), Pioneer Valley Soccer League, 

All Star Halfback. 



MICHAEL MARTIN 






DEBRA MATTHEWS 



ANN MARIE McCAFFREY 

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michael McCarthy 






CRAIG McCAULEY 



MARK McINTOSH 



PATRICIA McINTOSH 



CRAIG McCAULEY (Mac II) 16 Ruth Dr., 

Wilbraham: Monitor 4, Basketball 1, 2, 3, Soccer 1, 

2, 3, 4, Leader's Corp 3, 4. 

MARK McINTOSH 84 Three Rivers Rd., 

Wilbraham. 

PATRICIA McINTOSH (Pattie) 84 Three Rivers 

Rd., Wilbraham. 

GEORGE McMILLAN (Mac HI) 358 Wilbraham 

Rd., Hampden: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), 

Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Class President 3, 4, Monitor 4, Leader's Corp 3, 4, 

Swing Band 3. 

THOMAS McNAUGHTON (Tom) 9 Glenn Dr., 

Wilbraham: Swimming 2, 3, 4, Football 1. 

PAUL MEACHAM 34 Meadowbrook Rd., 

Hampden 

DENISE MEDIA VILLA (Nise) 9 Forest Hill Rd., 

Hampden: One Act Plays 3, 4, Swing Band 3, 4, 

Choralyres 4 Plays 3, 4, Satire Club 2, Monitor 4, 



Student Council 4, Western District Chorus 4, Jr. 
Prom Committee 3. 

DENNIS MEEHAN 11 Brentwood Dr., 
Wilbraham: Basketball 4, Football 4. 
SHARON MILLER (Shortie) 18 Raymond Dr., 
Wilbraham: Student Council 3, 4, Student Hostess 
3, 4, Synco 2, 3, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), 
Gymnastics 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), Leader's Corp 3, 4. 
STEPHEN MILLER 18 Raymond Dr., Wilbraham: 
One Act Plays 3, Monitor 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4, 
Football 3, 4, Track 3, 4. 

CHRISTINE MITUS (Chris) 9 Walter St., Wil- 
braham: Library Service, Aid. 
NANCY MONAT 1016 Main St., Wilbraham. 
BARRY MORGAN 339 Maynard Rd., Wilbraham: 
One Act Plays 3, Swing Band 3, Basketball 2, 3, 4, 
Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4, Leader's 
Corp 3. 






george McMillan 



THOMAS McNAUGHTON 

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PAUL MEACHAM 






DENISE MEDIA VILLA 



DENNIS MEEHAN 



SHARON MILLER 





STEPHEN MILLER 




CHRISTINE MITUS 





NANCY MONAT 

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RARRY MORGAN 





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JANET MORGAN 



ROBERT MOYNAHAN 



CHRISTINE MULLEN 






GREGORY MUNZERT 



BARRY MUSSELMAN 



SUSAN NOBBS 



JANET MORGAN 12 Bruuer Ave., Wilbraham. 

ROBERT MOYNAHAN (Mono) 145 Washington Rd., Wilbraham: Aid 

3 4 Intrcimvir3.1s ^ 

CHRISTINE MULLEN (Chris) 6 Inwood Dr., Wilbraham. FALCON 

4, One Act Play 4, Aid 4. 

GREGORY MUNZERT 452 Soule Rd., Wilbraham: Football 3, 

Hockey 4. 

BARRY MUSSELMAN 43 Maple St., Wilbraham. 

SUSAN NOBBS (Sue) 35 Decorie Dr., Wilbraham: Jr. Choralyres 1, Ski 

Club 1, 3, Sewing Club 1, Knitting Club 1, FT A 2. 

RONALD NOBBS (Ronnie) 35 Decorie Dr., Wilbraham: 

JEFFREY NORRIS (Jeff) 35 Monson Rd., Wilbraham: Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4 

(Co-captain), Cross Country 2, Gymnastics 1, 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), 

Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Student Council 2, 3, 4 (Vice President), Leader's Corp 

3, 4, Monitor 4, Chemistry Lab Assistant. 
DOUGLAS OBY (Doug) 12 Fairview Dr., Wilbraham. 
PRISCILLA OBY (Pris) 12 Fairview Dr., Wilbraham: Tech Theater 4. 
DEBORAH O'DAY (Debbie) 659 Ridge Rd., Wilbraham: Jr. National 
Honor Society, Monitor 4, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Student Hostess 3, 4, 
Jr. Choralyres, Emerald Key Society, One Act Plays 1, Gymnastics 3, 4, 
Softball 2, Leader's Corp 3, 4, Class Vice-President 1, Class Secretary 
2, Drill Team 2. 

DENISE O'DAY (Nise) 659 Ridge Rd., Wilbraham: Student Hostess 3, 

4, Monitor 4, Emerald Key Society, Jr. Choralyres, One Act Play 1, 
Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Basketball 2, Gymnastics 3, 4, Drill Team 2, 
Leader's Corps 3, 4, Softball 2, Class Secretary 2. 

PATRICIA O'DONNELL (Patti) 1072 Stony Hill Rd., Wilbraham: 
Student Hostess 4, Cheerleading 4, Softball 3, 4, Leader's Corps 4. 
BARRY O'NEIL 2 Cliffside Dr., Wilbraham. 




RONALD NOBBS 




JEFFREY NORRIS 




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DOUGLAS ORY 




PRISCILLA ORY 



DERORAH O'DAY 






DENISE O'DAY 



PATRICIA O'DONNELL 



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JOHN OPALINSKI 



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DONNA OPALINSKI 4 Opal St., Wilbraham: Student Hostess 3, 4, 

Drill Team 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, 2, Sewing Club 1, 2. 

JOHN OPALINSKI (Bookie) 8 Opal St., Wilbraham: Chess Club 1, 2, 

Camera Club 1, 2, Intramurals. 

SHEILA OPALINSKI (Shell) 175 Stony Hill Rd., Wilbraham: Sewing 

Club, Jr. Choralyres 1, 2, Committees 1, 2. 

THOMAS ORDYNOWICZ (Hunter) 36 Old Boston Rd., Indian 

Orchard: Football 1. 

JOANNE PADULA 3 Russell Rd., Wilbraham. 

DYANN PEDERZANI 772 Stony Hill Rd., Wilbraham: Choralyres 2, 3, 

4, Triple Trio 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Red Cross 1, 2, FTA 2. 

DONNA PFISTERER 32 Allen Crest Dr., Hampden: Aid 4, 

Committee 2. 

KARL PIEPHO (Rocket) 38 Carmody Rd., Hampden: Football 1, 

Soccer 2, 3, 4, Tennis 4. 

ROBERT PIERPONT (Bobby Perreault) 19 Arbor Ln., Wilbraham: 

Student Council 1, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Basketball 1, 2, Track 1, 2, Cross 

Country 1, Hockey 4. 

PAMELA PINCINCE (Weiner) 10 Nokomis Rd., Wilbraham: Student 

Hostess 2, 3, 4, Choralyres 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, Triple Trio 2, 3, 4, 

Swimming 3, 4, Gymnastics 2, 3, Drill Team 2, Leader's Corp 3, Synco 

3. 

SANDRA PINCINCE (Sandy) Railroad St., Wilbraham: Jr. Choralyres 

1, Aid 2, Committees 1, 2, Pep Club 1, Sewing Club 2, 3. 

MADELINE PISARCZYK (Mad) 80 Washington Rd., Wilbraham: 

Student Hostess 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, Aid 2, Drill Team 2, 3, 4, 

Committees 1, 2. 



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SANDRA PINCINCE 



MADELINE PISARCZYK 






KAREN SUE POLAND 



NANCY POLYS 



HARRIET PROCHNOW 





JOHN QUINN 




CATHERINE RATHRONE 





RICHARD REED 

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JANET RICHTER 



MARIE ROBLSON 



LYNNE ANN ROURKE 




MARK ROWE 




KAREN SUE POLAND 27 Mountainbrook Rd., Wilbraham (entered 

1966): Office Aid 3, Swimming 2, 4, Synco 3, 4, Ski Club 3, Girls' LA. 

4. 

NANCY THERESA POLYS (Nance) 15 Old Boston Rd., Wilbraham: 

Student Council 1, Student Hostess 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, J.V. 

Cheerleading 2, 3, Jr. Prom Committee, Sewing Club 1, 2, 3, Cirls' I. A. 

4, Intramurals. 

HARRIET PROCHNOW 18 Bruuer Ave., Wilbraham: Monitor 4, Jr. 

Choralyres 1, 2, Choralyres 3, 4, Christmas Play 3, Swing Band Show 3, 

SOUND OF MUSIC, Girls' Football 4, Student Hostess 4, Jr. Prom 

Committee, Sewing Club 1, 2, 3, Girls' LA. 4, Intramurals. 

JOHN QUINN (Eskimo) 395 Wilbraham Rd., Hampden: Band 1, 2, 

Football 1, Track 1, 2. 

CATHERINE RATHBONE (Cathy) 6 Jewell Lane, Wilbraham: Rec. 

Swim 1, Sewing Club 2. 

RICHARD REED 

ALICE M. RICHMOND (T.A.M.) 44 Bennett Rd., Wilbraham: 

Library Service 1, 2, Jr. Choralyres 1, Swing Band 2, Tech Theater 1, 2, 

3, 4, Office Aid 3, 4. 

JANET RICHTER (Jan) 797 Tinkham Rd., Wilbraham: Student 
Hostess 3, 4, Field Hockey 2, 3, 4, Gymnastics 1, 2, Softball 2, 4. 
MARIE ROBISON 25 Highmoor Dr., Wilbraham: Student Hostess 3, 

4, Library service 3, Choralyres 2, 3, 4, Jr. Choralyres 1, Triple Trio 2, 
3, 4, One Act Plays 4, Christmas Plav 4. 

LYNNE ANN ROURKE (Spider) 44 Soule Rd., Wilbraham: One Act 

Plavs 1, 2, 3, Christmas Plav 1, Three Act Plav 2. 

MARK ROWE 199 East Longmeadow Rd., Hampden: Chess Team 3, 

Gymnastics 2, 3, Tennis 2, Art club 2, 3. 

CHRISTINE ROY (Chris) 30 Brooklawn Rd. Wilbraham: Field Hockey 

3, 4. Committee 1, Jr. Prom Committee, Art Club 2, Ski Club 3. 



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EDWARD RZEGOCKI 



STEVEN SAMBLE 






RICHARD SCHIEDING 



COURTNEY DAVID SCOTT 



MARY SHADDUCK 




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ABIGAIL RUDGE (Ahbv) 1347 Tinkham Hd. Wilbraham: Quill & 

Scroll 3, 4 FALCON 3, 4 (editor), Mathletes 4, Band 1 , 2, 3, 4 

EDWARD RZEGOCKI (Hock) 1 1 Tracv Dr., Wilbraham: Football 4, 

Track 3, 4, Weightlifting 3, 4. 

STEVEN SAMBLE (Sammie) 194 East Longmeadow Rd., Hampden: 

Tech Theater 2, 3, 4, Track 2, 4, Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4. 

RICHARD SCHIEDING (Shyster) 4 Jewell Lane, Wilbraham: Chess 

Team 2, Track 1, 2, 3, 4, Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4, Intramnrals 1, 2, 3, 

Minneehaug Film Festival 4. 

C. DAVID SCOTT (Dave) 14 Tall Timber Dr., Wilbraham: One Act 

Plavs 3, Nat'l Affairs Club 4. 

MARY THERESA SHADDUCK (Marsie) 3 Devonshire Dr., 

Wilbraham: Student Council 4, Student Hostess 4, Monitor 4, Smoke 

Signal 4, Swing Band 3, 4, Field Hockey 4, Committees 3, 4. 

LYNNE SIGNORELLI (Lynne) 23 W. Colonial Rd., Wilbraham 

STEPHEN SMITH 

DAVID SMOLA (Bear) 14 Forest St. Wilbraham: Football 1, 2, 

Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4. 

LEO SPEAR 95 Springfield St., Wilbraham: Football 1, 2, 3, 4, Track 

3, 4, Baseball 2, Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4. 




STEPHEN SMITH 




DAVID SMOLA 






LEO SPEAR 



GAYLE SPRINGER 



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DEBORAH STONE 



SUSAN STONE 



JOSEPH SULLIVAN 



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DEBORAH STONE (Debbie) 303 Wilbraham Rd., Hampden. 
SUSAN STONE (Sue) 42 Bennett Rd., Wilbraham: FALCON 3, 4, 
Christmas Plays 1, 4, Jr. National Honor Society 1, 2, Russian Club 3. 
JOSEPH SULLIVAN (Joe) 73 Main St., Wilbraham: One Act Play 3, 
Swing Band 2, 3, Christmas Plays 2, 3, Basketball 4 (Manager), Football 
3, 4, Track 2, 3, 4, Leader's Corp 3, 4, Jr. Prom Committee 3, Western 
Mass. District Chorus 2, 3. 

KEVIN SULLIVAN 95 Silver St., Wilbraham: Football 1, 2, 3, 4 
(Co-captain), All Suburban League, All Western Mass., Basketball 1, 2, 

3, 4 (Co-captain), Baseball 1 , 2, 3, 4, Monitor 4. 

LEE SWALLOW 6 Decorie Dr., Wilbraham: Swimming 1, 2, 3. 
BARBARA SWEENEY 2 Longview Dr., Wilbraham. 
LEON SZCZEPANEK (Carino) 8 Walter St., Wilbraham. 
STANLEY TENEROWICZ (Stasiv) 12 Shirley St., Wilbraham: Monitor 

4, FALCON 4, Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 1, 2, 3, 4, Western District 
Band 3, Hockey 4, Leader's Corp 4, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4 (Captain). 
CHERYL TESCHENDORF 1 Lebel Ave., Wilbraham: Student 
Hostess 4, Quill and Scroll 3, 4, FALCON 3, 4, SMOKE SIGNAL 2, 
EMERALDS 2, 3, 4, Library Service 1, 2. 

CAROLANNE THEBERGE (Carol) 25 Rochford Dr., Wilbraham. 




LEON SZCZEPANEK 






STANLEY TENEROWICZ 



CHERYL TESCHENDORF 



CAROLANNE THEBERGE 



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PETER THOMAS 



GORDON THOMPSON 



RARBARA THOMSON 



PETER THOMAS (Runt) 15 Decode Dr., Wilbraham: Entered Fall 

1966; Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

GORDON THOMPSON (Turk) 3 Pease St., Wilbraham: Swimming 

1, 2, 3, 4, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4, FALCON 4 (Editor), Monitor 4, Boy's Leader 
Corps 4, Mass. Boys State Representative 2, Quill & Scroll 4, 
Intramurals 1, 2, 3, 4. 

BARBARA THOMSON 20 Hickory Lane, Hampden: Student Council 

2, 3, 4 (Secy), Monitor 4, Cheerleading 1 (J.V.) 2, 3, 4 (Var.-Captain), 
Leader's Corps 2, 3, 4, Jr. Prom Comm. 

BARBARA TIPPETT 6 Rice Dr., Wilbraham. 

BARBARA TOWNE 12 Peak Rd., Wilbraham. 

LANCE TREVALLION 3276 Boston Rd., Wilbraham: 

Swimming 1, Gymnastics 2, 3, 4 (Co-captain), Soccer 1, 2, 3, 4, 

Club 1, Ski Club 1. 

ROLAND L. TURCOTTE, JR. (Roily) 311 Allen St. 

Boating Club 

RAYMOND VAKEL (Saxo) 143 Tinkham Rd., Wilbraham: 

1, 2, 3, 4, Swing Band 2, 3, 4, "Track. 

DAVID VAN DE WATER 5 Ronald Circle, Wilbraham. 

JOHN WAHLBERG 21 Springfield St., Wilbraham: Archerv 2. 

BEVERLEE WARNER 

KURT WEISSBACH 3 Colonial Vil., Hampden: Tech. Theater 4, A.V. 

4, Track 1, Baseball 2, 3, 4, Archery 2. 



Monitor 4, 
Chess 

Hampden: 

Band 




BARBARA TIPPETT 




BARBARA TOWNE 



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LANCE TREVALLION 





ROLAND TURCOTTE 





RAYMOND VAKEL 



DAVID VANDEWATER 






JOHN WAHLBERG 



BEVERLEE WARNER 



KURT WEISSBACH 



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RICHARD WIENCEK 






WAYNE WILKINSON 



BRENDA WILLCUTT 



RICHARD WILSON 




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LINDA WHEELER 

RICHARD WIENCEK 

WAYNE WILKINSON 15 Ripley St., Wilbraham: 

Chess Team 2, 4, Swimming 2, 3, 4. 

RRENDA WILLCUTT (Bren) 51 Seantic Hd., 

Hampden: Student Hostess 3, 4, Quill & Scroll 4, 

FALCON 3, 4 (editor), SMOKE SIGNAL 2, 

Library Service 2, Model Congress 3, 4, Tech 

Theater 3, 4 (Manager), Jr. Prom Committee, 

Class Committees 2. 



RICHARD WILSON (Rook) 483 Ridge Rd., 

Wilbraham: SMOKE SIGNAL 1, Swimming 2, 3, 

4, Football 1, Golf 1, 2, 3, 4. 

NANCY WINETROUT 

GEORGE WOLSTENCROFT 

Manchonis Rd. EXT. Wilbraham: 

2, 3, 4, Track 1, Weightlifting 1, 2, 3, 4. 

RICHARD WORTHING (Bullet) 56 Ames Rd., 

Hampden: Chess Team 1, 2, 3, 4. 

CHRISTINE WULFING 



(Jungle) 224 
Tech Theatre 1, 





NANCY WINETROUT 



GEORGE WOLSTENCROFT 






RICHARD WORTHING 



CHRISTINE WULFING 



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Class Ballots Mark A Finish 
To Senior Life At Chaug 



Best Dressed: Jeanne Davis and Dave 
VandeWater 




Class Couple: Karen Kszepka and Gene Jajuga 





Prettiest Girl: Missi Dailey 
Handsomest Boy: Gene Jajuga 



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Nicest Smile: Bonnie Harlow and Greg 
Conlon 






Best Figure: Kris Cicchetti 
Best Physique: Kevin Sullivan 



Best All Around: Nancy Winetrout and Jeff 

Norris 

Quietest: Betty Dunn and Henry Boyer 

Most Egotistical: Sharon Miller and Ray 

Vakel 

Class Brownies: Shelly Baxendale and George 

Johnson 

Most Talkative: Charlotte Strycharz and Paul 

Jefts 

Biggest Eaters: Lynne Rourke and Kevin 

Sullivan 

Did Most For The Class: Nancy Winetrout 

and Mike McMillan 

Most Consideration For Others: Barb 

Thomson and Gordon Thompson 

Most Individualistic: Missi Dailey and Ramsay 

Maclnnes 

Class Dramatists: Denise Mediavilla and 

Henry Boyer 

Laziest: Liz Gray and Dick LaFountain 

Class Einsteins: Sue G. Johnson and Jeff Coffin 

Class Song: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly 

Class Saying: That's a no-no 



Class Musicians: Abby Rudge and Dave 
Czohara 



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Most Spirited, Friendliest, 
Best Personality: Nancy 
Winetrout and Dan 
Courtney 




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Most Artistic: Jeff Duncan 



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Most Athletic: Cindy Liese and Kevin Sullivan 





Class Flirts: Karen Poland and Creg 
Conlon 




Class Clowns: Charlotte Strycharz and 
Mike McCarthy 



Most Artistic: Karen Dexter 



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Class Of 1970 

Led by their all-girl class officers, the Junior 
Class made a very successful transition into the 
world of the upperclassmen. With much talent 
and practice, they made valuable contributions to 
the sports teams. The juniors' Pyramus and Thisbe 
was a smash success, winning Best Play, and Best 
Actor and Actress awards. The juniors are sure to 
have a wonderful senior year. 



Diane Ball 
President 




Jody Baxendale 
Vice President 





Kathy Snyder 
Secretary 




Miss Magistri 
Class Advisor 



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Cindy Roy 
Treasurer 




B-I Miss Prackneek BOTTOM ROW: J. Bennett, A. Ball, A. 
Ameden, J. Baxendale, J. Baldridge, J, Beaulieu, P. Arooth, G. 
Arsenault. SECOND ROW: M. Bergeron, M. Blais, D. Bovey, S. 
Bosworth, S. Beane, R. Bateson, S. Beck, K. Briekley, R. Adair, E. 



Bradford. MISSING: G Allard, N. Allard, D. Anderson, A. 
Archambault, S. Armstrong, D. Balser, R. Bargon, C. Barnard, R. 
Bateson, R. Bedore, F. Bennett, N. Bingle, K. Bover, T. Bover. 




C-2 BOTTOM ROW: D. Deane, D. Coombs, R. Covel, R. 
Cunningham, E. Brower, C. Butterworth, Mr. Granaudo. 
SECOND ROW: L. Coolidge, M. Cichon, A. Castillo, V. 
Damon, K. Christensen, S. Craig, D. Crowder, J. Croken, D. 
Burt. THIRD ROW: C. Desotell, C. Couture, Y. Culbertson, 



P. Colby, G. Colbum, W. Carpenter, J. Congdon, T. 
Damoulakis, C. Candage. FOURTH ROW: W. Crockett, L. 
Burns, M. Casey, D. Cyr, L. Davenport, W. Brown, P. Cmero, 
R. Brooks. MISSING: S. Carroll, G. Conlon, J. Connery, S. 
Connery, P. Dane. 




C-2 Mr. Morgan BOTTOM ROW: N. Fleming, C. Donohue, S. 
Garneau, N. Erb, L. Fuller, G. Goewev. SECOND ROW: M. 
Edwards, C. Furgal, L. Dollar, S. Forsvtfi, G. Fortune, K. Duval, 
D. Gagnier, T. Gallagher. THIRD ROW: W. Gendron, D. 
Giokas, M. Evans, T. Fogg, J. Evans, K. Gobeille, D. Fitzgerald, 



M. Eastman, D. Ervin. FOURTH ROW: C. Gilbert, J. Coos, J. 
Fritz, A. Emerson, B. Fuller, G. Fisher. MISSING: R. Downey, (. 
Duncan, G. Ethier, J. Foster, W. Fowler, P. Gneda, S. Gokev. J. 
Goodrich. 



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C-4 Mr. LaFlamme BOTTOM ROW: E. Hardwicke, G. 
Hellyar, S. Hillsburg, L. Guernsey, L. Graveline, B. Hackney. 
SECOND ROW: L. Herter, L. Herbert, M. Hinkley, E. House, 
D. Hanson, C. Howard, D. Hunt, M. Haryasz. THIRD ROW: 



B. Goulding, A. Hatch, C. Groves, G. Harris, R. Gorecki, W. 
Heise, D. Gauthier, R. Hirst. FOURTH ROW: A. Gray, D. 
Guidette. MISSING: D. Gregory, M. Hanuszczak. 




C-8 BOTTOM ROW: C. Kopf, C. Iampietro, B. Kirk, E. Huntington, H. Hunter, S. Ickrath, S. Jackson, R. Jeffers, E. 

Killam, M. Kocal, N. Howell. SECOND ROW: K. Isham, P. Jordan, G. Kelleher, T. Kissel, C. Knowlton, G. Koziol, S. 

Kielbasa, B. Johnson, K. Jaillet, A. Kirk, Mr. Kohli. MISSING: J. LaBroad, L. LaCroix, B. Laino. 




D-l BOTTOM ROW: Miss Bezanson, J. Hebert, 1. Moore, D 
Ball, C. Armstrong, R. Keyes, D. Scarlett, D. Mascaro. 



MISSING: S. Bagge, L. Blodgett, B. Drouin, D. Florian, C. 
Roy, K. Snyder. 



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E-2 BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Coulding, P. Liapis, N. 
McCaffrey, G. McGuill, E. Mailloux, M. Long, B. McGuire P. 
Malachowski. SECOND ROW: F. Mazza, M. Lynch, S. 



Lombardi, G. Luongo, A. Luzi, T. Laware, B. Libby. 
MISSING: P. LaBiviere, K. Lawson, J. Leahy, B. MacKay, D. 
Madden, S. Maskell. 





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H-8 BOTTOM ROW: C. Morgan, D. Nelson, E. Parr, E. 
Nohbs, C. Mitchell, L. Meserve, C. O'Brien, Mr. Hofmann. 
SECOND ROW: T. McNulty, M. Michalczyk, M. Miller, A. 
Meregian, A. Miller, P. Olmstead, R. Mercure. THIRD ROW: 



C. Palm, D. Ouimette, R. O'Donnell, T. O'Hara, D. Orluk, P. 
Mehlinger. MISSING: S. Merrill, M. Moller, R. Nobbs, C. 
O'Brien, G. O'Brien, M. Palmer, M. Paradine, R. Parker, P. 
Peck. 




H-13 BOTTOM ROW: Miss Cummings, J. Rivers, D. Pirog, D. 
Piepho, J. Rudd, D. Petzold, N. Peristere. SECOND ROW: K. 
Short, C. Scott-Smith, D. Rauscher, D. Petzold, C. Raymond, B. 
Robinson, 1. Sidor. THIRD ROW: C. Scott-Smith, R. 



Schoolcraft, K. Riga, C. Proctor, W. Sehofsky, S. Roberts, E. 
Rzegocki, R. Rene. FOURTH ROW: S. Richards, R. Pelletier, M. 
Sagan, K. Rademaekers. MISSING: D. Pederzani, C. Plaaten, L. 
Richter, D. Rocheford, S. Safford. 




H 18 BOTTOM ROW: Miss Brewer, D. Tremblav, A. 
Skrzvniarz, D. Szcvgiel, L. Szanderowski, J. Wessells, C. tobin. 
SECOND ROW: E. Tromblev, B. Towne, N. Vautrain, S. 
Starczewski, B. Teasdale, L. Sullivan, A. Swallow. THIRD 
ROW: T. Taylor, R. Staeb, S. Silva, S. Smith, L. Waterman. K. 



Simpson, K. VanKirk, P. Superneau. FOURTH ROW: J. 

Yanderscoff, M. Weissbach, W. Spinn, C. Tavlor, R. Taft. J. 
Smith, J. Wheeler, J. Squire, G. Spafford. MISSING: A. Stone, 
C. Thomdike, T. Tousignant, B. Towne. 




Class Of 1971 



The sophomores have become an important 
part of Minnechaug life. They are enthusiastic and 
they demonstrate talent in a variety of sports and 
activities. To add money to their treasury, they 
sold hundreds of boxes of delicious candy. Much 
hard work on the part of the sophomores 
produced a very successful Christmas dance. 



Joe Perez 
President 




Joe Twining 
Vice President 




Jeannie Abrahamson 
Secretary 



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Mr. Musselman 
Class Advisor 



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Nancy Magadan 
Treasurer 




B-7 Mr. Deslauriers BOTTOM ROW: J. Benoit, D. Ackerman, J. 
Ballon, D. Bates, C. Beaulieu, N. Batista, E. Blodgett, C. Allen. 
SECOND ROW: J. Abrahamson, D. Bergeron, S. Anschutz, C. 
Bellelsle, D. Bennett, S. Agerton, G. Allison. THIRD ROW: C. 



Balboni, J. Baverle, J. Adams, B. Bartley, T. Allen, K. Bennett, M. 
Allen, D. Ameden, T. Bateson. MISSING: T. Adair, D. Aheam, 
P. Aliengena, R. Beanmier. 




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D-4 BOTTOM ROW: D. Cheetham, J. Bridgman, C. Bump, K. 
Buckley, T. Boduch, C. Charbonneau, M. Clarke, L. Catlin. 
SECOND ROW: F. Casale, J. Cady, J. Bolster, K. Cassidv, R. 
Bonsall/D. Clark, Mr. Badger. THIRD ROW: R. Brehaut, D. 



Clark, W. Bradford, M. Brodeur, K. Broz, K. Ciocci, K. 
Cieplik, T. Budlong. FOURTH ROW: D. Cahill, N. Brainard. 
MISSING: J. Bolster, N. Caliento, L. Castillo, K Cheney, S. 
Christian. 




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D-12 BOTTOM ROW: D. Dion, D. Driscoll, A. Devalle, J. 
Crampton, D. Crockett, L. Cronk, L. Downey, E. Curtis. 
SECOND ROW: Mr. Schenck, P. Corriveau, S. Croft, D. 
Dabrowski, W. Croft, W. Cunningham, R. Dietrich. THIRD 



ROW: D. Duclos, M. Damours, K. Courtney, T. Dziura, D. 
Dougherty, P. Condon, D. Decorie, F. Cooper. FOURTH ROW: 
J. Connors, R. Condon MISSING: D. Cox, M. Dowd. R. DuBrav. 
J. Dulude. 



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D 19 BOTTOM ROW: S. Fisher, N. Frost, M. Fisher, C. 
Gallant, D. Edwards, C. Frey, J. Evans, Mrs. Ligarski. 
SECOND ROW: R. Ervin, J. Getchell, J. Ferranti, S. Glica, D. 



Giannetti, D. Garden, W. Finn. THIRD ROW: P. Giroux, M. 
Gibson, D. Gates, B. Gernnx. MISSING: F. Engel, R. 
Farnsworth, W. Fisher, H. Fletcher, P. Fowler, S. Frost. 




H-3 BOTTOM ROW: Miss Noone, S. Gokey, B. Gran, J. 
Goulding, J. Gottsche, N. Goodnow, C. Grant, S. Harris. 
SECOND ROW: C. Godfrey, S. Heeley, D. Heller, M. Gross, S. 
Greenlaw, D. Hartman, E. Guest. THIRD ROW: W. Green, M. 



Hallihan, C. Hayden, S. Grace, P. Gowing, J. Hastings, G. 
Henley, T. Hanuszczak. FOURTH ROW: D. Harrison, J. Gorski, 
M. Gruszka, J. Hammond, R. Heyman, P. Greene. MISSING: D. 
Gonyea, D. Harlow. 




H-5 Mr. Shea BOTTOM ROW: N. Magadan, K. Johnson, R. 
Johnson, S. Kendrew, R. Kendall, C. Hill, C. Kaynor, A. 
Horvath. SECOND ROW: J. Jurkowski, T. Mascaro, R. Ivers, 
K. Iampietro, R. Hunt, P. Johnson, L. Hinkley, R. Hillgrove. 



THIRD ROW: J. King, R. Jachym, G. Kittridge, G. Jaillet, R. 
Knadler, R. Ingraham, C. Kibbe, R. King. FOURTH ROW: C. 
Kenna, F. Jurkowski. MISSING: D. Jasmin, E. Jodoin, T. 
Johnston, J. Jones, C. Keeney, R. Kmetz. 



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H-7 BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Sullivan, A. Krohne, L. Lovell, B. 
Knight, C. Malzenski, H. Mansell, L. Lafreniere, S. Maharne. 
SECOND ROW: S. Luzi, M. Lariviere, S. Lafreniere, T. 
Koncitik, A. Lescauit, K. Kronholm, L. Marshall. THIRD 



ROW: D. Lopes, L. Lambert, P. Lenz, J. Lemieux, G. 
Markhart. MISSING: T. Knowlton, B. Labrie, P. LaFountain, 

B. Lariviere, N. Lynch, R. Macrae, N. Magadan, S. Mahaffey, 

C. Mascaro. 




D-17 BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Verani, C. Murphy, G. Michalczyk, 
E. Motyl, C. McDonald, D. McGuill, P. McCalligett, B. Menard. 
SECOND ROW: H. Meiklejohn, R. Nowak, S. Moore, M. Meehan, 



F. Merrill, B. Miller. THIRD ROW: D. McLaughlin, S. McRae, D. 
Nieske, C. Mattson, T. Newton, W. Nietupski, R. Mierzwinski, F. 
Miller. MISSING: T. McCaffrey, K. Miller, R. Molanare, C. 
Nelson, R. Olmstead, J. O'Neil, J. Ouellette. 




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H-12 BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Worthlev, C. Rawls, M. Pelletier, P. 
Proctor, F. Prokop, J. Roy, L. Pixley. SECOND ROW: B. 
Raymond, B. Ouimet, E. Peterson, C. Pettengill, D. Pappas, J. 
Robinson. THIRD ROW: P. Powers, J. Plunkett, D. Penso, D. 



Riga, L. Rogers, C. PfiLsterer, R. Piligian, A. Richmond. FOURTH 
ROW: L. Paquette, J. Perez, R. Rodweller, M. Reichle. MISSING: 
T. Paquette, K. Partridge, B. Bawls, E. Riekus, M. Rivenburgh. 




H-16 BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Sager, C. Swetland, L. Schubach, H. Sambor. FOURTH ROW: R. Searles, P. ShapVas, D. Snow, D. 

Springer, M. Sweeney, P. Sullivan, G. Smyth. SECOND ROW: N. Safford. MISSING: M. Savides,£. Shaw, P. Skrzvniarz, M. Smith. 

Stone, A. Schubert, M. Stamm, J. Signorelli, A. Sideleau. THIRD P. Snow, S. Sousa, M. Sulham, M. Sullivan, R. Talbot. 
ROW: M. Stiles, K. Stephens, M. Russell, J. Rugg, G. Strycharz, M. 




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H-17 Mr. McCarthy. BOTTOM ROW: A. Vanderwerken, J 
Vangorder, M. Welch, J. Terrv, D. Wojtan, S. Yamer, D. Tavlor 
SECOND ROW: D. Warren, A. Wright, F. Weissbach, W. Wade 
G. Wulfing, M. Zulli, D. Taylor, E. Thrasher, J. Wilson, T. Woods. 



MISSING: D. Theberge, S. Thomas, J. Twining, J. Twomey, L. 
Wall, R. Warhaftig, B. Warner, J. Welcz, C. Wiggenhauser, D. 
Wisenburn, K. Woodward. 



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Class Of 1972 



The Freshman Class was characterized by 
extraordinary self-confidence and school spirit. 
Freshmen were proud of their class. In the 
One-Act Play Contest, the girls presented a 
satirical picture of Minnechaug life. The football 
team had an undefeated season. In interclass 
competition at the fall pep rally, the proud 
freshmen cheered the loudest. 



Richard LaCroix 
President 




Cynthia Boyer 
Vice President 





Lisa Sullivan 
Secretary 



Mr. Stone 
Class Advisor 




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Connie Brooks 
Treasurer 




B-2 BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Castonguay, K. Anderson, N. Alarie, V. 
Balboni, P. Ballard, P. Beaumier, J.. Baush, J. Beach. SECOND 
ROW: M. Arooth, C. Armstrong, L. Bachmann, K. Bagge, S. 
Armstrong, M. Blethen, N. Barnagran, K. Anderson, D. Aussant. 
THIRD ROW: D. Belmer, R. Bartlett, A. Aykanian, R. Barkhuff, 



M. Artioli, S. Blais, D. Bergeron, K. Barbara, S. Berthiaume, J. 
Arnold. FOURTH ROW: K. Berrett, P. Balise, D. Andre, C. 
Barbara, J.. Babineau, D. Bercovici, C. Aykanian. MISSING: P. 

Bartlett. 




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B-3 BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Rider, C. Boyer, L. Carestia, S. Carew, Carpenter, R. Bricklev, D. Christensen, D. Clark, K. Chapman, S. 

A. Boyer, C. Bugbee, I. Bolster, M. Clifford. SECOND ROW: C Coffin, K. Clarke, D. Bosworth, E. Bukowski, R. Callahan. 

Child,' A. Callan, M. Chlastawa, L. Bond, C. Brooks, D. Cicchetti, FOURTH ROW: J. Bohn, J. Bliss, R. Cillev, W. Brehaut, L. Bliss, 

D. Collitti, L. Caroglanian, R. Celentano. THIRD ROW: W. J- Boyd. MISSING: F. Bongiorni, R. Bonsa'll. 




D-2 BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Sirois, K. Croft, L. Coombs, S. 
Coolidge, R. Collette, N. Craig, D. Defaleo, L. Daniels. SECOND 
ROW: S. Crooker, L. Covel, R. Cordner, K. Courtney, C. Cutting, 



V. Damoulakis, K. Desanti, D. Cummins. THIRD ROW: J. 

Dernavich, R. Coolev, J. Dailev, K. Crowder, N. Collins. D. Davis. 
P. Cove, R. Dav, MISSING: D. Conlon. J. Corbishlev, E. Deane. 



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D-8 BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Stone, N. Dizer, L. Gallagher, B. S. Francis, L. Galovotti, B. Dickie, C. Frederick, C. Fortune, P. 

Gates, L. Dickinson, L. Easton, K. Fariss, C. Fales. SECOND Fritz, R. Fiore, J. Durfee, J. Dwyer, J. Fotiathis. FOURTH ROW: 

ROW: L. Engel, E. Dougherty, M. Finnerty, P. Desotell, K. G. Ensign, P. Fongemie, W. Flower, R. Gagnier. MISSING: S. 

Drenszek, J. Dexter, C. Fitzgerald, M. Farnsworth. THIRD ROW: Dougherty, R. Dufresne. 




D-10 BOTTOM ROW: Miss Bishop, M. Griswold, D. Genest, C. Harasymiew, D. Genest, R. Godin, T. Green, M. Hapgood, A. 

Gilbert, M. Goos, L. Giokas, C. Guernsey, D. Gendron. SECOND Gouvin, R. Gouvan, D. Goodwin, M. Grise, K. Green. FOURTH 

ROW: D. Graulich, D. Gebeau, G. Glynn, N. Gurecki, D. Gwozdz, ROW: G. Goodwin, A. Gauthier. MISSING: H. Hanks. 
D. Hamilton, C. Gorecki, C. Hallihan. THIRD ROW: Z. 




E-8 BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Musselman, M. Irla, K. Jeffers, N. 
Hillsburg, D. Jones, A. Harrica, S. Ingle, M. Hatch. SECOND 
ROW: G. Harris, H. Hewinson, D. Hardwicke, J. Hopkins, J. 
Ickrath, E. Hayes, D. Herman, M. Jones, A. Howard. THIRD 



ROW: B. Hunt, A. Jaspar, D. Hill, R. Howard, E. Harrington, R. 
Howland, C. Jenkins, P. Hazeltine, G. Jameson, D. Jones. 
FOURTH ROW: D. Hewinson, B. Harris, R. Hartman, J. 
Holmberg, R. Howell. MISSING: J. Hoerle. R. Jones. 



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F-7 BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Jones, J. Kozlowski, E. Kirk, I. 
Korabowski, D. Kszepka, A. Labonte, J. Kirk, R. Lacroix. 
SECOND ROW: J. Kinner, K. Kissel, J. Lasonde, B. June, G. 



Jordon, M. Kielbasa, S. Lajzer, M. Kelleher. MISSING: G. 
Jenkins, L. Josselyn, A. Keeney, J. Lapointe, J. Kokoszyna. 

















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HI BOTTOM ROW: Miss Latino, C. Lopata, L. Laviolette, P. THIRD ROW: R. Martin, I. McGuill, S. Libby, M. McGuill, J. 

McCalligett, E. McGee, D. Loomis, E. Leduc, D. Marvici. Matthews, W. Long, B. McCauley, N. Kelleher, V. Lucia, R. 

SECOND ROW: S. Lopata, P. Marcinek, S. May, K. McCarthy, Marsili. FOURTH ROW: M. Liese. MISSING: S. Maloney, T. 

D. Lucier, C. Malysz, L. Mammarelli, D. Lucier, C. Luongo. Lawson, R. Matthews. 





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H-2 BOTTOM ROW: Mr. Rhicard, R. Meiklejohn, P. Morgan, K. 
Mitchell, J. McKinney, P. Miller, C. Michels, P. Morris. SECOND 
ROW: D. Mcintosh, G. Monrad, R. McRae, R. Moore, S. Mullen, 



B. McGuire, D. Miller, D. Murphy, S. Mitus. THIRD ROW: T. 
Moller. MISSING: S. Messier, S. Miklasiewicz. 



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H-4 BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. Bolduc, B. Putnam, S. Murray, A. Powell, M. Powers, K. O'Conner, P. Murphv, R. Plaaten, P. 

Oades, C. Paquette, A. Nowak, V. Pape, C. Phaneuf. SECOND Nietupski, H. Piepho, R. Paver, G. Pabis, R. Pidgeon. FOURTH 

ROW: C. O'Brien, J. Paradis, K. Powers, L. Patric, P. Ouellette, J. ROW: D. Pieniak. MISSING R. Ostrowski. 
Newton, J. Ouimet, T. ONeil, J. Ouimet. THIRD ROW: S. 

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H-6 BOTTOM ROW: C. Rock, O. Samble, J. Robinson, K. MISSING: J. Reburn, R. Riga, H. Roginski, J. Rosinki, R. Ryder, C. 
Pyzocha, L. Sears, J. Russell, M. Ross. SECOND ROW: J. Reed, N. Rzegocki, L. Schenk, G. Schnare, M. Schubert, M. Scott, K. Seery. 
Setian, G. Robinson, R. Russell, R. Roper, L. Rickus, Mr. Etter. 




H-9 Mr. Holt. BOTTOM ROW: L. Stiles, L. Sullivan, E. Taylor, Stirton, M. Smith," H. Smith, D. Strahan, S. Spinn. FOURTH 

S. Struzziero, W. Soucis, S. Snow, J. Stirton. SECOND ROW: K. ROW: R. Stamm, S. Taylor, C. Simpson, B. Thomas, W. Smith, 

Siano, S. Staeb, C. Staeb, S. Simino, E. Shaw, D. Szanderowski, K. J. Smith, J. Smith. MISSING: N. Signorelli, D. Spear, R. Strycharz. 
Teasdale, C. Shepardson. THIRD ROW: R. Strycharz, F. 




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V. Voss, K. Wood, P. Wojcik, L. Wojcik, P. Thompson. SECOND 
ROW: K. Waterman, P. Young, C. Thodal, S. Wade, D. Vereen, E. 
Wahlberg, K. Vane, M. Wall, C. Truesdell, D. Willoughby, S. 



White. THIRD ROW: O. Wells, C. White, R. Zolla, W. 
Wilkinson, D. Whittle, J. Wawrzyk, N. Verallis, J. Vartanian, M. 
Willey, K. Wallace, J. Weisner. MISSING: K. Tremblay, P. 
Twomey, G. Vakel, W. Wagner, P. Wilbur, S. Wurszt. 



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H-9 Mr. Holt. BOTTOM ROW: L. Stiles, , |^ yior, 

S. Struzziero, W. Soucis, S. Snow, J. Stirton. SjLTx> i >*> ROW: K. 

Siano, S. Staeb, C. Staeb, S. Simino, E. Shaw, D. Szanderowski, K. 
Teasdale, C. Shepardson. THIRD ROW: R. Strycharz, F. 




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H-20 BOTTOM ROW: Mrs. LaFlamme, J. Thomas, D. Tobin, 
V. Voss, K. Wood, P. Wojcik, L. Wojcik, P. Thompson. SECOND 
ROW: K. Waterman, P. Young, C. Thodal, S. Wade, D. Vereen, E. 
Wahlberg, K. Vane, M. Wall, C. Truesdell, D. Willoughby, S. 



White. THIRD 
Wilkinson, D. W. ' 
Willey, K. Wall. 
Twomey, G. Vake|| 



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Our Thanks To The Sponsors 
Of The 1969 Falcon. 



We did it, Mrs. O.! 

Mr. and Mrs. John Fritz 

Mr. and Mrs. John W. Byam 

Mr. and Mrs. Gerald J. Balboni 

Mrs. Esther Thodal 

Mr. and Mrs. John Cichon 

Karen (G.T.G.L.C.C.) 

Mr. and Mrs. John A. Dernavich 

Mr. and Mrs. Warren Van Kirk 

Mr. and Mrs. Leon C. Superneau 

Mr. and Mrs. Armand A. Zolla 

Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Iwasinski 

A-A-A-A-A-Al's Place - N.H. 

Curtis White 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. May 

CRE-E-E-EAK! 

Mr. and Mrs. Gustave Peterson 

Mi. and Mrs. Robert McGee 

Barbara Sirois 

Brown Eyes 

Nuunzio's Wife 

Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Flint 

Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simpson 

Chris Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Ted Starczewski 

From the Stretched-Out Belt 

From Carl, Lonnie, and the Hawk 

Kathy Chatman 

Laura Ross 

Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Schenk 

Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cameron 

Mr. Phillip H. Sousa 

Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Szmyt 

WHOOPEE!! 

Rock 

Mo and Dave 

To the Class of '69 

Federal Narcotics Agency 

Erin go Braugh 

Mr. and Mrs. Izzo 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard H. Heller 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Skutnik, Jr. 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ensign 

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Larsen 

Doug and Sue 

Me 

Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Iellamo 

Mr. and Mrs. Michael G. Ligarski 

Donna Tremblay 

Ignatz Flogglebottom 

Bruce 

Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bucknam 

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dahlin 

Love, Valentin 

Good luck to the Class of '69 

Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Lechman 

Mr. and Mrs. Allen R. Kaynor 

Lynn Ann and Kenny 

Trie Honorable George C. Wallace 

Mr. and Mrs. Bryant L. Carpenter 

Rosemary and Dave 



Dr. and Mrs. R. B. Frost 
Tom Taylor 

Mr. and Mrs. Charles A. Kendall 
Mr. and Mrs. Robert A. Edwards 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meserve 
Mrs. Jean O'Neil 
Mr. and Mrs. Walter J. Jajuga 
Barbara Putnam for County 
Commissioner 

io and Robie 
'NWOS IS 22AUTON 
H.S.H.; G ."D.D 'I.Y.H.S.L.Y.M.F. 
Best wishes to the Fat Lady from 

her many admirers 
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kszepka 
Mr. and Mrs. Stephen R. Castonguay 
Mr. and Mrs. James Thomson 
Russell David Salk 
To the Class of '71 from 

Mr. and Mrs. Don Anschutz 
Mmmrhmmmmm, you're smokin'! 
Beware of the ducks on the mountain! 
Gordie 

Good luck to all. 
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas Lombardi 
Mr. Lincoln A. Dexter 
From a friend 
Mrs. Boyer 
Erv's Foot Store 
Clapton is God 
Chuck, Love, Sharon 
Mighty Millie 

Mr. and Mrs. Eric Anderson 
Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Killam 
Mr. and Mrs. L. Pelletier 
R & J Handling Equipment Co. 
Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Collins 
Mr. Thompson 
For John, Doug, Kerry, Mary, Bob, 

Elaine, and Ricky Stadnicki 
Seventh out of Ten 

Beware of all ducks on backwoods roads! 
Steve and Sally '69 
Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson 
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Riga 
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson H. Pettengill 
Mr. and Mrs. Charles M. Johnson 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Petzold 
Miss Phoebe Shirley 
Big Jeff 

F. B. is a F. B. Signed R. L. 
Mr. and Mrs. James P. Ried 
Anonymous 

Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Savage 
Denise A. Gendron 
Brucie am Kathy Crowder 
F Troop 

Connie ar I Russ 
A Britann spaniel and a Siamese cat 



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Jerry and Candy 

Here's hoping we're together forever 

Always love ya Pat! 

Always my problems first. Thanks! 

What a way to start off, Sam, 

better luck next three. 
Mr. and Mrs. Com bar 
Future Teachers of America 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas J. McCaffrey 
Debbie and Greg 
Crape 

Best of Luck from Miss Bobowicz 
Spencer Dicky with a capon 
Super Scratch and Boy Itch 
Best of Luck, Jeffie 
Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hart man 
George Vakel 

In appreciation to Mr. Beeler 
Crow on the cradle, what shall I do? 
. . . That is the thing I leave up to you. 
To the great Class of '69 from Tacker 
Prescott Benjv Hazeltine 
Bob 

Noone's Goons in H-3 
Good luck to the Senior Class 

Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bovnton 
Karen and Gene 
Marianne Irla 
(a girl or a boy??) 
KM Club 

Barbara Prackneck 
Howard — You owe me a Coke! 



Mr. and Mrs. Charles Paquette 
Mr. and Mrs. George Damoulakis 
Mr. and Mrs. J. Welch 
Good Luck Miss Dunn (from one 

member of vour gossiper's club) 
MINT! 

Mr. and Mrs. John Mullen 
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Teschendorf 
Al Hamilton 
To Paul and Tommy from Harriet 

and Shelly 
Pickles 

Mr. and Mrs. David L. Stone 
Baldy 

The O'Brians 
Mr. and Mrs. Ervim 
Take the money anc 
The Bobbsev Twins 
Class of '69 is the best yet 
Tink Er Ball 

Mr. and Mrs. Stanlev F. Tenerowicz 
Phillip D. Britten 
The Palmer Panter, alias, The 

Decolores Kid 
Esined Allivaidem and Drawoh Noslig 
Eat out at Alice's Restaurant — 

Fwap and Paco 
The Hopeless Trio 
Mr. and Mrs. Granville Thompson 
Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Luthgren 
Sock it to me! 
Deb and Pep 



E. Laware 
leave me alone! 



Drill Team Co-Captains 

Dr. and Mrs. Forrest H. Morris 

To the Class of "70 

Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Kirk 

Onward and upward with the Arts 

The Garage Crew 

Sue Heeley 

Kim Carbone 

Mr. and Mrs. John Greenlau 

Thanks, Kath, for being the friend 

you have been for the past 4 years 
The Group — Mancy, Barb, Sue, afid Mel 
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gibson 
Mrs. Robert Heeley 
Mr. Robert Heeley 
Utility Mfg., Inc. ' 
Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Newsome 
Mr. and Mrs. Sullivan 
Jana and the Brookside Drive Gang 
With love — Zigfried and Eisolde 
Much love to my friends in 

Class of 70 - Mr. H. 
Hi! from your friendly neighborhood 

Alice Tittle 
To the Romper Room Boys from the 

Romper Room Girls 
Unsere Seherze in die Deutsche 

Klassen sind gegangen! Schade! 
To my future husband, Rick Walas, 

from Nancy 
Congratulations, Carol! 
Thanks for a great year, Cheryl. 



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Patrons 



Thank You 
Mr. Killam 



Drill Team 
68-69 : 



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Mr. & Mrs. Francis 
A. Hart 



Ed Dearborn's 
Service 

Green Valley 
Drug Co. Inc. 



School Store 




Mr. & Mrs. E. W. 
Proctor 



Norman's 
Hair Styling 

Mr. & Mrs. Ralph 
W. Becker 



Bready's 
Furniture Mart 



Field Hockey 



Mr. & Mrs. Morris 
Inkellis 

Hampden Drug 
Ronald A. Voyik 



Homeroom 
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Pelletier 
Realty 



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HAMPDEN HOUSE 

Allen Street 
Hampden, Mass. 



OPALINSKI'S MARKET 

101 Stony Hill Koad 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



'You mean Hampden really has a restaurant?' 




"Well, of course I do all my shopping at Opalinski's." 




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"A distant relative?" 



'Rice's apples make us run fast!" 



BENNETT TURKEY FARM 

Main Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



RICES FRUIT FARM 

757 Main Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



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WILBRAHAM FLOWER SHOP 

"Flowers for all occasions" 
98 Stony Hill Road 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



TOWN & COUNTRY BARBER 

Somers Road 
Hampden, Mass. 



"It's the only place for teleflora service, weddings and prom flowers." 



"Don't cry Dave, it'll grow again." 





'We'd better rush this off to Ev Proctor the TV Doctor' 



"It's a good thing Pam looks great in leather. 



PROCTOR T.V. SERVICE 

108 East Longmeadow Road 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



LEATHERSTOCKING 



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MOUNTAIN VIEW DRIVE-IN 

Allen Street 
Hampden, Mass. 



WILBRAHAM GULF SERVICE 

2785 Boston Road 
North Wilbraham, Mass. 



'Just think, we'll be making our own pretty soon." 



For all major and minor repairs and emergency road service call 
596-4314. 






'There must be an easier way to get water!" 



Can't decide whether to go swimming or to have vour picture taken? Do 
both! 



CONN. VALLEY ARTESIAN 
WELL CO. INC. 

132 Shaker Road 
East Longmeadow, Mass. 



MERCURY STUDIO & SWIM 
INSTITUTE 

Allen Street 
Hampden, Mass. 



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BETTY'S OLD 
TOWNE HOUSE 

288 Walnut Street 
Agawam, Mass. 



"Just thinking about the food at Betty's 
makes us smile." 



LAMBERT'S 
SERVICE 
STATION 

Main Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



"Gee Bev, don't you think we should wait for 
your dad?" 




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ROBERT 

MACAULAY 

SNOW REMOVAL 

25 Springfield Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



Think snow! Think Bob Macaulay! 




THE COUNTRY 
PRESS 

Hampden, Mass. 



"For detention notices, report cards and 
other printed matter . . ." 



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E. J. PINNEY CO. INC. 
GENERAL CONTRACTORS 

21 Silver St. P.O. Box 1748 
Springfield, Mass. 

For comfort just like home, have Pinney build it. 

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COLONIAL BEAUTY SALON 

AND 
WILBRAHAM BARBER SHOP 

Do you think if we switched shops they'd know the difference?' 




'Everything for the gourmets delight' 



"Having trouble with your shower? Call Bob.' 



VILLAGE STORE 

Main Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



ROBERT N. FISHER 
PLUMBING & HEATING 

Hampden, Mass. 



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DAMONS FURNITURE 


GREEN ACRES FRUIT 


CENTER 


FARM 


Railroad Avenue 


Main Street 


North Wilbraham, Mass. 


Wilbraham, Mass. 


For the best in furniture . . . 


"Apple of your eye?" 





Let's hope Mr. Mussleman's sophomores won't be this confused in 1971. 



'Want something removed?" 



MR. MUSSELMANS 

A Block 
Sophomore English 



HAMPDEN TRUCKING CO. 

24 East Longmeadow Road 



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L. G. BALFOUR 
CO. 

P.O. Box 305 
East Longmeadow, Mass. 



"The only really unique ring is from our 
official jeweler!" 



LUDLOW 
SAVINGS BANK 

Wilbraham Branch 
455 Main Street 



'How's this for a class prank?" 




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WHYTE, PREMO & BENOIT INC. 

REALTORS 

OUR SALES STAFF NUMBERS 14 PLUS WE HAVE 10 ASSOCIATES IN TRAINING 




LESTER J. PREMO, HARRY R. WHYTE, JOHN J. RENOIT, S. WILLIAM WHYTE 

TWO OFFICES TO SERVE YOU: 
466 MAIN STREET 65 SUMNER AVENUE 

WILBRAHAM, MASS. SPRINGFIELD, MASS. 

1-413-596-6711 1-413-733-4165 

THE JOINING TOGETHER OF TWO OF SPRINGFIELD'S OLDEST REAL 
ESTATE FIRMS WITH A COMBINED SERVICE OF OVER 60 YEARS IN 
GREATER SPRINGFIELD GREATLY INCREASES THE STRENGTH OF OUR 
SERVICE IN SPRINGFIELD, WEST SPRINGFIELD, AGAWAM, HOLYOKE, 
CHICOPEE, LUDLOW, WILBRAHAM, EAST LONGMEADOW, HAMPDEN, 
LONGMEADOW, PALMER, MONSON, GRANBY, AND SOUTH HADLEY. 

APPRAISALS ° BROKERS ° INSURANCE ° 

MORTGAGES 
PROJECT CONSULTANTS for URBAN AFFAIRS ° 

DEVELOPMENT 



S. WILLIAM WHYTE, President 
LESTER J. PREMO, JR., V. President 



JOHN J. BENOIT, Treasurer 
HARRY R. WHYTE, Advisor 



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EDWARD CHRISTIANSON 

East Longmeadow Road 
Hampden, Mass. 



W. F. LOGAN INS. AG. 

16 Maple Street 
North Wilbraham, Mass. 







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'I feel happy and secure in school because I'm insured. 





You can swing fore all you're worth at Elmcrest. 



"Do you think Stearns & Yerrall can handle this?" 



ELMCREST COUNTRY CLUB 

105 Somersville Road 
East Longmeadow, Mass. 



STEARNS & YERRALL 

Wilbraham Office 
Corner of Main & Springfield Streets 



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EAST LONGMEADOW MUSIC 

H C Center Square 
East Longmeadow, Mass. 



P & B CONSTRUCTION CO. 

12 Stirling Drive 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



For instruments, instruction music 
Fender Dealer, Call 525-6062 



+ records and an authorized 



"When I get big I'm gonna design a real house and have P & B build it. 





To buy all kinds of information, go to . 



'I want to be Zsa Zsa!" "No, I want to be her. 



JOHNSONS BOOKSTORE 



1379 Main Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS 

1095 State Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



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LLOYD M. HOOVER, INS. AG. 



466 Main Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



TITO COIFFURES 

1198 Parker Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



'We all recommend L. W. Hoover for insurance!" 



They do wonders for your hair at Tito's! 






"You know Gene's has the greatest selection of shower gifts." Hint! Hint! 



"We grant your every wish at Grant's!' 



GENE'S OTHER HALF 

28 Somers Road 
Hampden, Mass. 



GRANT'S ATLANTIC 

Main Street 
Hampden, Mass. 



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WILBRAHAM MOTEL 



Boston Road 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



SWIM TEAM 



For all the comforts of home and more! 



"Do you think if we all looked like this we'd win all our meets?' 



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CENTER 
DRUG STORE 

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Luncheonette 



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Expert riding instruction and beautiful horses. 



Open daily from 8:30 AM to 9:00 PM 



GREEN MEADOW FARM 

Monson Road 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



CENTER DRUG STORE 

Main Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



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Family Bowling in a Country Club Atmosphere 



THOMAS R- McMANN 

WILLIAM CKltNl 

Managers 



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factoring 32 AMF AUTOMATIC PINSPOTTEIS 




The ACTION HOUSE 

for ACTIVE BOWLERS ' 



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2033 BOSTON ROAD • N. WILBRAHAM. MASS. ^H ^^ 



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"We're never going to be good enough to make the wall in Mr. 
Musselman's G Block class." 



With branches at 1899 Wilbraham Road in Sixteen Acres and at th< 
center in East Longmeadow. 



MR. MUSSELMAN'S 

G Block 
Sophomore English 



SPRINGFIELD FIVE CENT 
SAVINGS BANK 

1319 Main Street 
Springfield, Mass. 



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BERSELLI SALES 

380 Main Street 
Wilbraham, Mass. 



JUNIOR CLASS 



"It's a good thing Berselli supplies a sign with the car!" 



"Who will be seniors when these people turn around?' 






'You can buy everything at the Village Mart" 



"It's all right, we're insured!" 



THE VILLAGE MART 

Somers Road 
Hampden, Mass. 



BOURBEAU & HINCH 

34 Somers Road 
Hampden, Mass. 



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HAUSAMANN 

STUDIO 

YEARBOOK 

PHOTOGRAPHER 

Springfield, Mass. 



A Hausamann picture is just like looking in a 
mirror. 



MONSANTO CO. 



Career opportunities for future 

• Engineers 

• Scientists 

• Technicians 

• Computer programmer 

• Secretaries 

• Business graduates 




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PIONEER VALLEY 




REAL ESTATE AGENCY 

540 Main Street 

Wilbraham, Mass. 

Phone 596-3500 

'When you're ready for help call for personalized service." 




NOTHING SUCCEEDS 
LIKE SUCCESS 



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Stay in touch with "what's new" in fashion in the season's 
new styles, patterns and colors. Feel confident that you are 
both casually and correctly attired. You must come in and 
see what we mean . . . "We won't let you wear it unless it 
fits." 



OSEPH'S 




Cor. Main & Worthington 

Park Free — Public Parking on Worthington, 
195 Mat's on Hampden and Poli. 



*<s you bet 
we are! 




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We would like to offer the last page of the 1969 
FALCON as a tribute to a remarkable woman whose 
involvement in the FALCON, her teaching, and her 
students, brought her the respect and admiration of 
hundreds of students over her past five years at 
Minnechaug. Many of us came to know her as someone 
more than a teacher; we will always remember her as a 
friend. Mrs. Jean O'Neil is a giving person, a generous 
person. She has never hesitated to give of herself to those 
who need her. When she left Minnechaug in January, the 
school lost a quality that cannot easily be replaced — true 
concern. Best wishes to you, Mrs. O., and all our thanks. 

the FALCON Editors 



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The 1969 Swing Band 
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Denise Mediavilla played a delightful 

"Mame." 




Mame with her friend Vera (Andre Castillo). 




The finale of another tremendous performance. 



The 
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Mrs. Kimberly with final preparations. 




The Madwoman (Andre Castillo) comforts the disenchanted 
Pierre (Dale Dougherty). 




Mike Russell swears in the rag picker (Bill Spinn) as 
the defense attorney. 





Andre Castillo as the Madwoman of 
Chaillot. 



Betsy Palmer, Cindy Allen, Camille MacDonald, Andre Castillo. 




Dale Dougherty, Andre Castillo, Alec Gray, Gordon Henlev. 




The President is sent to his doom in the sewers. 




Of course, the last place Stan would expect to find 
his ball would be on the fairway! 



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The frustrations of fighting Old Man Par took its toll on 
Minnechaug's golfers. Like the PGA's Big Three — Palmer, 
Player and Nickalus, the Minnechaug Big Three — 
Tenerowitz, Gibson and McNulty had a rough time with 
the competition this year. The team lost a number of 
matches by just one stroke, including one to second place 
finisher South Hadley, in finishing with a 7-10 record. 
Team honors went to: senior Stan Tenerowitz with the 
best average (81), sophomore Mark Gibson with the best 
score (a two over par 72), and junior Tom McNulty with 
the most points scored (30, a new school record). Dennis 
Meehan, Howie Gilson, Bruce Bartley and Gary Markhart 
were among the other team members who figured decisively 
in many of the matches during the season. 




From 6-10 To 15-5, 
A Job Well Done! 




KNEELING: W. Carpenter, B. Johnson, C. Johnson, R. Dexter, F. Stirton. STANDING: Mr. Spencer - Coach, C. Avkanian, D. 

B. Drouin, D. Colby, P. Baker. SITTING: J. Beburn, M. Boyd, Lokev, D. Genest, J. Dailey, J. Corbiskley, G. Monrad, J. 

T. Fogg, E. Jordan, R. Staeb, J. Plunkett, G. Spafford, P. Snow, Matthews, R. Parr. 




ABOVE: Essentials in any sport: concentration and follow- 
through (as shown by Bob Dexter). RIGHT: "Gee, that ball 
went like it had wings!" 



The 1968 tennis season couldn't have been termed a 
success by many standards; and nobody likes to remem- 
ber losing. Well, the 1969 squad decided that the best 
way to bury the past would be to go out and win. 
That's exactly what they did. The 69'ers played high 
caliber, exciting tennis. The competition in the Pioneer 
Valley Tennis League was tough; the matches were 
close, but the Minnechaug netmen prevailed for third 
place and a 15-5 record overall. 




'Chaug Tears Up 
Base Paths. 



Adjectives describing the performance 
of the 1969 baseball team can be found in 
abundance in Roget's Thesaurus under 
"goodness." "Dandy, swell, rum, keen, 
bully, crackajack, great, grand, admirable, 
estimable, etc." pretty well sum up a 
second place Valley Wheel finish and a 
13-6 record overall. Pitching aces Barry 
(Ray Culp) Mussleman and Jim (Lonborg) 
DeSanti anchored the mound staff, and 
the slugging was handled by such notables 
as Pete (Yaz) Skryniarz, Rich (Reggie 
Smith) Rene, Barry (Russ Gibson) Morgan 
and Mike (Dalton Jones) Lynch. George 
(Mike) McMillan could have given some 
pointers to his struggling namesake, 
George Scott. With eleven varsity members 
returning, and with some help from the 
J.V. graduates, next year Minnechaug could 
be "No. 1." 



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Nabs Second Place 
In Valley Wheel 




KNEELING: M. Weisbach, M. Eastman, S. MacRae, J. Van- 

derscoff, P. Skryzniarz, R. Bargon. SITTING: Mr. Deslauriers 

Coach, J. Twining, P. Kielbasa, G. Fisher, M. Lynch, R. 



Renee. STANDING: E. Lavoie, J. DeSanti, G. McMillan, B. 
Morgan, B. Mussleman, E. LaWare. E. Jajuga, K. Sullivan. 







ABOVE: A long stretch and a put-out for Mike Lynch. TOP RIGHT: "Now 
pitching for Minnechaug, Jeff Vancierscoff!" BELOW: "I ain't paving no 
nickel for striking out!" BOTTOM RIGHT: La Ware connects. 





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Winning Streak 



The J.V. Baseball team had a very successful season this year finishing off with a 
record of 13-2. The nine game winning streak which the team had shows their 
strength in all areas which made them one of the most powerful teams in the 
league. This success, however, came only after much effort and work on the part of 
the team and their fearless leader, Mr. Verani. 




BOTTOM ROW: S. McRae, J. Galavotti, P. Toomev, G. 
Srrycharz, D. Garden, C. Kibbe, Mr. Verani - Coach. SECOND 
ROW: W. Smith, D. Hill, ]. Getchell, D. Decorie, G. Pabis, 



J. Joslyn, N. Deane. THIRD ROW: R. Mierzwinski, F. Engle, 
D. Jones, S. Adair, J. Rogarcki, M. Kielbasa, B. Bradford. FOURTH 
ROW: B. McRae - Manager, M. Allen. 



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Girls' Softball Team Swings Undefeated Season 




BOTTOM ROW: S. Kosek, K. Dexter, C. Brown - Co-Captain, Petzold, D. Petzold. THIRD ROW: D. Rauscher - Manager, C. 

P. O'Donnell — Co-Captain, J. Guidette. SECOND ROW: M. Swetland — Manager, L. Daniels, J. Abrahamson, C. Malzewski, 

Arooth, N. Batista, A. Lescault, T. Koncitik, K. Buckley, D. L. Marshall, K. Brickley, S. Lopata, Mrs. Gombar — Coach 



Through the combined efforts of both Mrs. Gombar and 
the girls, the softball team ended up with a very successful 
undefeated season. The highlight came when they defeated 
their rivals, Monson, by a score of 17-3 in the first game 
(coincidentally, Monson beat Minnechaug by the same 
score last year). With this and the following winning 
games the softball team ended the girls' '69 season on a 
successful note. 








Really now, could anyone have imag- 
ined a mediocre track team at Minne- 
chaug? Of course not! The '69 team fared 
only slightly better than their average 
brilliance, with a 11-0 dual meet record. 
Among the worthy opponents that fell 
before the onslaught of hurdlers, sprinters, 
vaulters, and muscle men in green and 
white were: Tantasqua, East Longmeadow 
and Pittsfield. With the loss of many Se- 
niors, the underclassmen have a tough 
challenge to carry on the team tradition 
of greatness. 




Ho-Hum, 

Another Great Year 





TOP: Crossing his ankles gave Mike McCarthy enough 
luck to set a new school record! ABOVE: "The darn air 
gets in the way!" LEFT: "It's a bird, it's a plane . . .!" 




SITTING: C. Cannerdy, K. Grossman, J. Norris, K. Weisbach, E. 
Rzcgocki, G. Wolstencraft, L. Spear, J. Coffin, D. Keefe, A. 
Bvam, W. Carpenter, D. Flint, J. Sullivan, M. Martin, D. Smola, 
F. Deane, S. Miller, C. McCauley. KNEELING: Coach Bamford, 
R. Kmetz, C. Keeney, J. Vartanian, D. Fritz, R. Molinare, P. 
Powers, R. DuBray, D. Fitzgerald, S. Roberts, D. Scarlett, R. 
O'Donnell, K. Miller, D. Clarke, M. D' Amours, W. Carpenter, T. 



McCaffrey, K. Stephens, C. Armstrong, M. Stiles. STANDING: 
Coach Worthley, D. Safford, K. Broze, N. Brainard, W. 
Netupski, G. Ensign, C. Simpson, J. McGuill, D. Johnson, B. 
Goulding, D. Coombs, D. Spear, D. Britten, J. Lemieux, T. 
Newton, G. Jaillet, J. Gorski, G. Olmstead, R. King, R. Brickley, 
P. Green, R. Callahan, R. Marselly, R. Ameden, R. Heyman, K. 
Partridge. 



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LEFT: Jeff Norris on his way to a record 
sub-two minute half mile. MIDDLE: You 
tuck it under vour chin, just like a violin! 
RIGHT: "Oh! my aching adenoids!" 



"Opening Night" Leads To "Second Time Around." 




BOTTOM ROW: B. Dean, S. Miller, S. Cameron, Miss Cascio - 
Coach, S. Baxendale, D. Mediavilla, J. Donahue. SECOND 
ROW: N. Gurecki, M. Ross, L. Shaw, N. Frost, B. Crowder, C. 



Donahue, C. Roy, R. Meiklejohn, N. Fleming, A. Miller. THIRD 
ROW: J. Moore, D. Hanson, C, McGuill, D. Nelson, J. Hebert, 
B. Bridgman, A. Keeney, K. Cassidy, K. Snyder, L. Blodgett. 



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Jodie Moore in a medley from "West Side Story. 1 




The girls showed perfect form "Floating" to "The Sound of Music. 



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"Would you- like to dance? Caroli wants to sit this one 
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Seniors Go Wild 



At The 50-Day Dance! 




ABOVE: "Don't we make a lovely couple." LEFT: "You mean my 
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